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What does the outbreak of the coronavirus mean for healthcare, retirement, and insurance?
The coronavirus outbreak started in late 2019 and has now spread throughout the world. Now classified as a global pandemic, the coronavirus has major implications for healthcare and financial systems around the world.
In this paper, we discuss how insurers can explore their future exposures to the novel coronavirus through their ORSA.
This paper summarises the three main delays that EIOPA recommends regulators offer to provide operational relief to undertakings if so needed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) has decided to extend deadlines for a number of annual and quarterly reports and public disclosures for (re)insurers under its supervision.
This article examines early mortality experience related to COVID-19 and includes a discussion about the difficulties in using this data.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, we now have much more insight into COVID-19 deaths in the US, including hopes for how the pandemic may wind down because of widespread vaccinations and protection…
The ramifications of COVID-19 on the mortgage credit risk market are still being assessed, but mortgage defaults are not expected to be as severe as during the global financial crisis, Milliman’s Mike Schmitz and Chris…
Milliman received responses from 30 carriers for the follow-up Milli-Byte Survey of Life Insurance Product Management and the COVID-19 pandemic.
This paper discusses actuarial perspectives for the calculation of the capital requirement related to catastrophic pandemic mortality as required by the Solvency II regulation.
The COVID-19 pandemic is raising some profound questions for risk practitioners.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, auto insurers may likely see short- and possibly long-term effects in their claims experience.
This article reviews the Solvency and Financial Condition Reports recently…
How should actuaries think and spend their time in regard to the COVID-19…
The onset of COVID-19 and the impact on capital markets pose several challenges…
With the unprecedented challenges presented by the current and future effects of…
The effects of COVID-19 for specific insurers are dependent on benefit packages and policy terms and conditions, as well as government responses and macro-economic factors.
What is the impact of COVID-19 on patterns of healthcare utilization, healthcare costs, and population health?
This paper examines the strategies and business models adopted by leading players in the international private medical insurance market as well as the key success factors and capabilities required to win and sustain…
Emerging data from around the world suggest that nursing home residents are at exceptionally high risk for contracting COVID-19.
What are the challenges of interpreting data, reports, and media coverage surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic?
Local strategies differ when it comes to fighting COVID-19, and it’s too early to know which strategy- contain or delay- works better.
Fast, convenient, cheap, accurate, and widely-used COVID-19 tests can help identify both infected individuals who should self-isolate and those who have recovered, pose low contagion risks, and can help others fight the virus…
The economy after COVID-19 may look very different from before the crisis and may involve the use of hitherto unfamiliar fiscal and monetary tools.
The 1,190.95-point Dow decline on February 27, 2020, is the largest we’ve seen in the history of the Dow and amounts to a drop of over 4.4%.
The turmoil the COVID-19 pandemic has caused in financial markets raises profound and potentially long-lasting concerns for pension plan sponsors.
While many non-essential businesses are closing temporarily due to government requirements, even leading to staff layoffs in some cases, essential employers in some regions are experiencing the need to increase staffing…
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