Confidence in controlling risk measures

Insurers increasingly use stochastic simulation approaches for estimating risk capital, but numerical errors are rarely measured. A control variate method can improve the accuracy dramatically without increasing the number of simulations.

Towers Watson's Tigran Kalberer uses this approach to improve computation time of capital requirements - with particular application to Solvency II and the Swiss Solvency Test.

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