|Commenced in January 1999 || Frequency: Monthly || Edition: International|| Paper Count: 3 |
Mathematical, Computational, Physical, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Performance of the Strong Stability Method in the Univariate Classical Risk Model
In this paper, we study the performance of the strong
stability method of the univariate classical risk model. We interest to
the stability bounds established using two approaches. The first based
on the strong stability method developed for a general Markov chains.
The second approach based on the regenerative processes theory . By
adopting an algorithmic procedure, we study the performance of the
stability method in the case of exponential distribution claim amounts.
After presenting numerically and graphically the stability bounds, an
interpretation and comparison of the results have been done.
Stability Bound of Ruin Probability in a Reduced Two-Dimensional Risk Model
In this work, we introduce the qualitative and
quantitative concept of the strong stability method in the risk process
modeling two lines of business of the same insurance company or
an insurance and re-insurance companies that divide between them
both claims and premiums with a certain proportion. The approach
proposed is based on the identification of the ruin probability
associate to the model considered, with a stationary distribution of a
Markov random process called a reversed process. Our objective, after clarifying the condition and the perturbation
domain of parameters, is to obtain the stability inequality of the ruin
probability which is applied to estimate the approximation error of a
model with disturbance parameters by the considered model. In the
stability bound obtained, all constants are explicitly written.
Mean-Variance Optimization of Portfolios with Return of Premium Clauses in a DC Pension Plan with Multiple Contributors under Constant Elasticity of Variance Model
In this paper, mean-variance optimization of portfolios with the return of premium clauses in a defined contribution (DC) pension plan with multiple contributors under constant elasticity of variance (CEV) model is studied. The return clauses which permit death members to claim their accumulated wealth are considered, the remaining wealth is not equally distributed by the remaining members as in literature. We assume that before investment, the surplus which includes funds of members who died after retirement adds to the total wealth. Next, we consider investments in a risk-free asset and a risky asset to meet up the expected returns of the remaining members and obtain an optimized problem with the help of extended Hamilton Jacobi Bellman equation. We obtained the optimal investment strategies for the two assets and the efficient frontier of the members by using a stochastic optimal control technique. Furthermore, we studied the effect of the various parameters of the optimal investment strategies and the effect of the risk-averse level on the efficient frontier. We observed that the optimal investment strategy is the same as in literature, secondly, we observed that the surplus decreases the proportion of the wealth invested in the risky asset.