Managing economic capital


The concept of economic capital and its relationship to risk management has become a focus for discussions between managers of financial firms and regulators. This book provides examples of applications of quantitative models (mainly stochastic models) in calculating economic capital requirements and conducting financial risk management across different financial service firms ranging from banks, insurance companies and with-profit insurance companies, through to asset management firms. The

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