Industrial accidents may be more amenable to regulation because actuarial risks may be easier to measure and reduce, but the socio-cultural and political context is still critical.
It serves as a reminder to practitioners that good regulation must be both operationally oriented to address the specific actuarial risks and socio-cultural fears, as well as being politically sensitive.
First, actuarial risk, which is the traditional understanding of risk that is more or less quantifiable by technical experts.
6 billion, Prudential will take on all of the investment and actuarial risks
, as well as administering the benefits, covered under this transaction, Tyson said.
They have developed state-of-the-art software tools to assist their clients with evaluating a range of financial and actuarial risks
The author notes that when the PBGC was established, a private pension insurance market did not exist, partly because potential insurers lacked sufficient information on actuarial risks
As insurers know, the latter includes actuarial risks, most notably property-liability and mortality risks.
Yet, the resources of the industry have traditionally been focused on actuarial risk management-and then only in an objective statistical sense.
Insurers must leverage their knowledge of the actuarial risks
faced in retirement, and find cost-effective ways to mitigate those risks by using existing product designs in different combinations, or creating entirely new ones.