The Fair Value of Insurance Liabilities:The New York University Salomon Center Series on Financial Markets and Institutions. Auflage 1998
This book explores theoretical and practical implications of reflecting the fair value of liabilities for insurance companies. In addition, the contributions discuss the disclosure of these values to the financial and regulatory communities and auditing firms which are actually calculating this illusive but important variable. It combines contributions by distinguished practitioners from the insurance, accounting and finance fields, with those of prominent academics. One of the central themes of the collection is that adequate disclosure of the true economic value of insurance company liabilities is both possible and desirable. Wherever possible, the insurance valuation process is wedded with modern financial theory. For example, the use of option pricing theory is applied to insurance companies, where the true value of the firm´s liabilities is a critical variable. Methods such as cash flow, earned profit and indirect discount are explored.
Valuation Techniques of Life Insurance Liabilities:Valuation Techniques and Formula Derivation Martin Janecek
Asset and Liabilities Management for Banks and Insurance Companies: Marine Corlosquet-Habart/ William Gehin/ Jacques Janssen
Charterer´s Risks and Liabilities:Charterer´s Risks and Liabilities Negligence Clause in Charterparty and Protection and Indemnity Insurance Ezgi Cagiran
Distribution of Insurance-Based Investment Products:The EU Regulation and the Liabilities. 1st ed. 2019
Distribution of Insurance-Based Investment Products:The EU Regulation and the Liabilities´
A Practical Treatise on the Adjustment of General Average in the United States:and other countries. including the elements of maritime and insurance law also the rights and liabilities of underwriters and ship-owners and the general duties of ship Francis B. Dixon
First published as Tracks: Plan of the Professions in 1997, the 15th revised and updated edition is published in 2017. It gives information for over 150 professions, which include pathways in the banking and financial services, catering and hospitality, construction, education, health care, land and sea work, law, government and administration, leisure and tourism, manufacturing crafts, marketing, media, services, and sports and fitness. Qualifications are listed from GCSE and NVQ to degree level. There are work descriptions and pay scales with advice and starter tips from chartered institutes and professionals in each area. You may possibly have thought, ´´Being an accountant is so boring, and anyway, I couldn´t cope with all those figures and balance sheets.´´ The fact is, you don´t have to be an Einstein to be a success in it and the opportunities are enormous. A career in finance today comes under several headings. Accountancy, keeping the books and balancing accounts, is probably the most traditional area. There are different branches of accountancy in cost accounting, management accounting, payroll, revenues and benefits, and work opportunities for it in the commercial and industrial sectors; in the NHS and local government and in the voluntary sector. In a business of any size, there is also going to be an auditing requirement, checking the records and figures to make sure they are accurate and are a fair representation of the financial situation. Insurance, also a finance career, is about assessing risk and hedging against it, in every sphere. It includes underwriting ships and aeroplanes and their passenger liabilities as well as working out personal insurance from motor cars to flood risks. Do you have to have a lot of qualifications to get into insurance? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Damien Connolly. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/083063/bk_acx0_083063_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.