32 research outputs found

    Asymptotic multivariate finite-time ruin probabilities with heavy-tailed claim amounts: Impact of dependence and optimal reserve allocation

    No full text
    International audienceIn ruin theory, the univariate model may be found too restrictive to describe accurately the complex evolution of the reserves of an insurance company. In the case where the company is composed of multiple lines of business, we compute asymptotics of finite-time ruin probabilities. Capital transfers between lines are partially allowed. When claim amounts are regularly varying distributed, several forms of dependence between the lines are considered. We also study the optimal allocation of a large global initial reserve in order to minimize the asymptotic ruin probability

    Asymptotic behavior of the finite-time expected time-integrated negative part of some risk processes and optimal reserve allocation

    Get PDF
    In the renewal risk model, we study the asymptotic behavior of the expected time-integrated negative part of the process. This risk measure has been introduced by Loisel (2005). Both heavy-tailed and light-tailed claim amount distributions are investigated. The time horizon may be finite or infinite. We apply the results to an optimal allocation problem with two lines of business of an insurance company. The asymptotic behavior of the two optimal initial reserves are computed.Ruin theory; heavy-tailed and light-tailed claim size distribution; risk measure; optimal reserve allocation

    Asymptotic Finite-Time Ruin Probabilities for a Class of Path-Dependent Heavy-Tailed Claim Amounts Using Poisson Spacings

    Get PDF
    In the compound Poisson risk model, several strong hypotheses may be found too restrictive to describe accurately the evolution of the reserves of an insurance company. This is especially true for a company that faces natural disaster risks like earthquake or flooding. For such risks, claim amounts are often inter-dependent and they may also depend on the history of the natural phenomenon. The present paper is concerned with a situation of this kind where each claim amount depends on the previous interclaim arrival time, or on past interclaim arrival times in a more complex way. Our main purpose is to evaluate, for large initial reserves, the asymptotic finite-time ruin probabilities of the company when the claim sizes have a heavy-tailed distribution. The approach is based more particularly on the analysis of spacings in a conditioned Poisson process.Risk process; finite-time ruin probabilities; asymptotic approximation for large initial reserves; path-dependent claims, heavy-tailed claim amounts; Poisson spacing;

    Impact of Climate Change on HeatWave Risk

    No full text
    International audienceWe study a new risk measure inspired from risk theory with a heat wave risk analysis motivation. We show that this risk measure and its sensitivities can be computed in practice for relevant temperature stochastic processes. This is in particular useful for measuring the potential impact of climate change on heat wave risk. Numerical illustrations are given

    Dépendance et événements extrêmes en théorie de la ruine : étude univariée et multivariée, problèmes d'allocation optimale

    No full text
    This PhD thesis presents new models and new results in ruin theory, in the case where claim amounts are heavy-tailed distributed. Classical assumptions like independence and stationarity and univariate analysis are sometimes too restrictive to describe the complex evolution of the reserves of an insurance company. In a dependence context, asymptotics of univariate finite-time ruin probability are computed. This dependence, and the other model parameters are modulated by a Markovian environment process to take into account possible correlation crisis. Then, we introduce some models which describe dependence between claim amounts and claim interarrival times we can find in earthquake or flooding risks. In multivariate framework, we present some risk criteria like multivariate ruin probability or the expectation of the timeintegrated negative part of the risk process. We solve some problems of optimal allocation for these risk measures. Then, we study the impact of the risk dangerousness and of the dependence between lines on this optimal allocation.Cette thèse présente de nouveaux modèles et de nouveaux résultats en théorie de la ruine, lorsque les distributions des montants de sinistres sont à queue épaisse. Les hypothèses classiques d’indépendance et de stationnarité, ainsi que l’analyse univariée sont parfois jugées trop restrictives pour décrire l’évolution complexe des réserves d’une compagnie d’assurance. Dans un contexte de dépendance entre les montants de sinistres, des équivalents de la probabilité deruine univariée en temps fini sont obtenus. Cette dépendance, ainsi que les autres paramètres du modèle sont modulés par un processus Markovien d’environnement pour prendre en compte des possibles crises de corrélation. Nous introduisons ensuite des modèles de dépendance entre les montants de sinistres et les temps inter-sinistres pour des risques de type tremblements de terre et inondations. Dans un cadre multivarié, nous présentons divers critères de risques tels que la probabilité de ruine multivariée ou l’espérance de l’intégrale temporelle de la partie négative du processus de risque. Nous résolvons des problèmes d’allocation optimale pour ces différentes mesures de risque. Nous étudions alors l’impact de la dangerosité des risques et de la dépendance entre les branches sur cette allocation optimal

    Dependence and extreme events in ruin theory : univariate and multivariate study, optimal allocation problems

    No full text
    Cette thèse présente de nouveaux modèles et de nouveaux résultats en théorie de la ruine, lorsque les distributions des montants de sinistres sont à queue épaisse. Les hypothèses classiques d’indépendance et de stationnarité, ainsi que l’analyse univariée sont parfois jugées trop restrictives pour décrire l’évolution complexe des réserves d’une compagnie d’assurance. Dans un contexte de dépendance entre les montants de sinistres, des équivalents de la probabilité deruine univariée en temps fini sont obtenus. Cette dépendance, ainsi que les autres paramètres du modèle sont modulés par un processus Markovien d’environnement pour prendre en compte des possibles crises de corrélation. Nous introduisons ensuite des modèles de dépendance entre les montants de sinistres et les temps inter-sinistres pour des risques de type tremblements de terre et inondations. Dans un cadre multivarié, nous présentons divers critères de risques tels que la probabilité de ruine multivariée ou l’espérance de l’intégrale temporelle de la partie négative du processus de risque. Nous résolvons des problèmes d’allocation optimale pour ces différentes mesures de risque. Nous étudions alors l’impact de la dangerosité des risques et de la dépendance entre les branches sur cette allocation optimaleThis PhD thesis presents new models and new results in ruin theory, in the case where claim amounts are heavy-tailed distributed. Classical assumptions like independence and stationarity and univariate analysis are sometimes too restrictive to describe the complex evolution of the reserves of an insurance company. In a dependence context, asymptotics of univariate finite-time ruin probability are computed. This dependence, and the other model parameters are modulated by a Markovian environment process to take into account possible correlation crisis. Then, we introduce some models which describe dependence between claim amounts and claim interarrival times we can find in earthquake or flooding risks. In multivariate framework, we present some risk criteria like multivariate ruin probability or the expectation of the timeintegrated negative part of the risk process. We solve some problems of optimal allocation for these risk measures. Then, we study the impact of the risk dangerousness and of the dependence between lines on this optimal allocation

    Théorie de la ruine multivariée

    No full text
    International audienc

    Fractional Poisson process: long-range dependence and applications in ruin theory - Correction

    No full text
    International audienceWe study a renewal risk model in which the surplus process of the insurance company is modeled by a compound fractional Poisson process. We establish the long-range dependence property of this non-stationary process. Some results for the ruin probabilities are presented in various assumptions on the distribution of the claim sizes

    Fractional Poisson process: long-range dependence and applications in ruin theory

    No full text
    Abstract: We study a renewal risk model in which the surplus process of the insurance company is modeled by a compound fractional Poisson process. We establish the long-range dependence property of this non-stationary process. Some results for the ruin probabilities are presented i
    corecore