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Risk concentration and diversification: Second-order properties
Company: Insurance: Mathematics and Economics
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Year Of Publication: 2010
Month Of Publication: June
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Pages: 541-546
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Language: English
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Date: 5-8-2010
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The quantification of diversification benefits due to risk aggregation plays a prominent role in the (regulatory) capital management of large firms within the financial industry. However, the complexity of today’s risk landscape makes a quantifiable reduction of risk concentration a challenging task. In the present paper we discuss some of the issues that may arise. The theory of second-order regular variation and second-order subexponentiality provides the ideal methodological framework to derive second-order approximations for the risk concentration and the diversification benefit.
(volume 46, number 3
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Degen, Matthias Sign in to follow this author
Lambrigger, Dominik Sign in to follow this author
Segers, Johan Sign in to follow this author
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