Non-life insurer and reinsurer analysis is a specialist area reflecting the impact of insurance underwriting on a re/insurer’s financial profile.
As the main ‘product’ of re/insurers is the payment of claims, analysis focuses heavily on their ‘security’ (their future ability to pay) as well as their business performance.This, combined with the special set of accounting items required to record non-life re/insurance underwriting income and expenses as well as re/insurance related assets and liabilities, creates a unique context for analysis.
This introductory guide summarises the key aspects of this for those either new to the subject or looking for a convenient reference guide.
Structuring Multinational Insurance Programs: Solvency II and its Potential Impact on Captive Insurance Companies — Considering the Alternatives – ACE & SNR Denton
Structuring Multinational Insurance Programs: Addressing the Taxation and Transfer Pricing Challenge – ACE & KPMG