Category: Risk Based Capital

Motor Insurance Portfolio – A Magical Formula in time for Christmas?

Malaysian bak kut teh

Today is Christmas Eve and I am staring blank into my notebook’s screen….. and I am on leave currently – taking leave from the hustle and bustle of everyday life only to be inspired working on a Christmas-blog! Stucked along…

A relook at Portfolio Management practices in Non-Life Insurance

portfolio loss development

Over the last couple of weeks, again this word, “detariffication” crops up…. and the proposed nationalisation of the Motor Insurance compulsory ACT (third party bodily injury) scheme set to be implemented before end of 2010. Yes! This blog is inclined…

The simple side of Risk-based Capital (RBC)

Rewriting the Malaysian Risk-Based Capital (RBC) for underwriters and claims handling personnel. A Weblog from the past on RBC framework as seen from the eyes of a General Insurance underwriter…… Compared to the previous solvency margin methodology, this RBC is abit…

What do you mean by FRONTING a risk?

fronting the insurance risks

  Having sat in numerous meetings involving discussions on subjects relating to Risk-based Capital (RBC) and Risk Management & Compliance (mainly to do with the BNM’s directive in respect of JPI/GPI 22) I noticed people having differing understanding and opinion…