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‡ Many firms are using a correlation matrix approach to
aggregate the results from individual stress tests.

‡ One significant drawback of this though is that it fails to


explore the interaction between risks occurring at the
same time within the business model, which can lead to
a material understatement (or possible overstatement) of
the capital required.

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‡ Firms need to recognise the potential limitations of the


correlation matrix approach, but clearly our requirement
to use scenario tests is one way to mitigate this.
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‡ In addition, the correlation matrix approach itself can be
difficult because for most correlations there is limited
data for stressed conditions.

‡ Despite this firms need to make some allowance for


stress and consider carefully how resilient or sensitive
their capital result is to changes in the stressed
assumptions.

‡ Sensitivity tests are also important to identify which


correlation assumptions are most material.

‡ Greater management focus on agreeing these


assumptions and considering the impact of non-linearity
this should give firms and ourselves more confidence in
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‡ Your First Car Insurance Policy
‡ Car Insurance FAQ's
‡ State Requirements
‡ Gap Insurance for New Cars

 
  

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‡ Understanding Your Home Owners Insurance Policy
‡ Home Owners Insurance FAQ's
‡ Home Owners Riders
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investments can be a complicated task, but because of the
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‡ Here you can find life insurance and annuity policy
information, articles, ways to estimate need, and
investment information along with news and more.

‡ Life Insurance 101


‡ What You Need to Know About Universal
Life Insurance
‡ Term Life Insurance: A Low Cost Life
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‡ Whole Life Insurance Choices
‡ Is a Variable or Fixed Annuity Right for
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‡ Understanding Your Health Insurance and Medical
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‡ What Does that Mean? Understanding Health Insurance
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‡ When To Continue COBRA Insurance Coverage
‡ Top 10 Ways to Get Affordable Health Insurance With No
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‡ Choices in Dental Insurance Plans
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‡ Recreational vehicles such as motor


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‡ Even if you have excellent medical, home,


and auto insurance, they may not provide
enough insurance for your travel plans and
it is most likely they do not provide much
coverage outside your country.
Various Types of Life Insurance
‡ There are two primary categories of life insurance: term
and permanent.

‡ However, there are several different types within each


category. Listed below are some of the most common
types.

‡ Consult your life insurance professional for a more


detailed description of the various types of life insurance
and how they may apply to your specific situation.
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premiums that are fixed over a certain period of time,
usually in 10-year increments.

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increases or decreases throughout the term, premiums
typically remain level.
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gives the policy owner the right to renew the insurance
coverage at the end of the specified term without
submitting evidence of insurability.

‡   - insurance purchased typically by an


employer or professional association that is intended to
cover several people, usually resulting in reduced
premiums.

‡      - gives the policyholder the right to


convert the term policy to a permanent policy
  
  
 
  

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|  - a form of permanent life
insurance that combines the premium and death benefit
flexibility of universal life insurance under which the cash
value's current crediting rate is tied to the performance of
a financial index. Most policies offer guarantees that if the
index is negative, the crediting rate will not go below zero
  
  
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insured's entire lifetime, provided premiums are paid as
specified in the policy. Whole life insurance may also
include an element for accumulating growth
(called "cash value").
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 - characterized by its flexible
premiums, flexible face amounts, and unbundled pricing
factors.
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 - a form of whole life insurance
under which the death benefit and the cash value of the
policy fluctuate according to the investment performance
of separate account investment options.
‡ Most variable life insurance policies guarantee that the
death benefit will not fall below a specified minimum.
  
  
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 - a form of permanent
life insurance that combines the premium and death
benefit flexibility of universal life insurance with the
investment flexibility and risk of variable life insurance.
Also called flexible premium variable life insurance and
universal life II.

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permanent life insurance that covers two persons and
provides for payment of the death benefit proceeds
only when both insured have died. It is generally
designed to pay estate taxes.

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 - whole life
insurance purchased with a single, lump-sum premium
LIFE INSURANCE CHALLENGES
‡ India Life Insurance industry came into being with the
establishment of Life Insurance Corporation (LIC)in India
in 1956.
‡ Till the time Insurance Regulatory and Development
Authority(IRDA) Act was implemented in the year 1999,
private companies were controlled by the LIC of India.
‡ Since 1999 onwards the market was opened for
operations of private companies also in the insurance
sector.
‡ In the past five years, life insurance has grown at a
higher rate than other types of insurance.
‡ The number of life insurance companies has increased
by an average of three companies annually and the
number of policy holders by over 25%.
Major Indian Life Insurance
Companies
In the public sector of the India life insurance, the
Life Insurance Company of India functions solely.
Some of the private companies operating in the
life Insurance Sector are:

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CONCLUSION
‡ Compared with the country's population,
the ratio of life insurance policy holders
rose from 7.5% in 1992 to 8.3% at million
1993. In the same period, the amount of
premiums has increased by over 30%
annually and its ratio rose from 0.21% of
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