Multiperil rate making for property insurance using longitudinal data


In property insurance, a contract often provides the policyholder with protection against damages to the insured properties that arise from a variety of perils. We propose a multivariate framework for pricing property insurance contracts with multiperil coverage in a longitudinal context. Specifically, a two‐part model is employed to accommodate the excess of 0s and heavy tails in the insurance loss cost, and a Gaussian copula with a structured correlation is used to capture the dependence within and between perils, as well as their interaction. Using the government property insurance data from the state of Wisconsin in the USA, we show that the multiperil claim model has important implications in both experience rating and risk margin analysis

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Last time updated on 3/31/2019

This paper was published in NARCIS .

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