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Purpose – An efficient asset‐liability management requires maximizing banks' profit as well as controlling and lowering various risks. This multi‐objective decision problem aims to reach goals such as maximization of liquidity, revenue, capital adequacy, and market share subject to...
Purpose – Derivatives are important risk management tools widely used by financial institutions, including insurers. Insurers rely on derivatives for managing actuarial, market, credit as well as liquidity risks. There is lack of knowledge and publication about the recent use of derivatives by...
Purpose – To: evaluate Prospect Theory and Cumulative Prospect Theory as functional models of decision making and risk within various contexts; compare and analyze risk models and decision‐making models; evaluate models of stock risk developed by Robert Engle and related models; establish...
Purpose – This paper aims to propose a new method for credit risk allocation among economic agents. Design/methodology/approach – The paper considers a pool of bank loans subject to a credit risk and develops a method for decomposing the credit risk into idiosyncratic and systematic...
Purpose – The paper aims to develop a realistic, yet flexible model of insurer net worth. Design/methodology/approach – Inspired by and as an improvement to Powers, the paper develops a multi‐dimensional diffusion model to describe the operations of an insurance company. The paper then...
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