Regulatory pricing risk(redirected from Regulatory Pricing Risks)
Regulatory pricing risk
Regulatory Pricing Risk
In insurance, the risk that regulators will directly set or exert influence on the premiums that insurance companies may charge. If premiums are required to be too low on a certain class of policyholders, this means the insurance company has to raise them on other policyholders, which may cost the company's clients. On the other hand, if all premiums are regulated, the insurance companies may have to sacrifice profitability.