- TIA EXAM 5 - FRIEDLAND CH 12 - 13
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What are some common uses of the case outstanding dvt technique - approach #1
- 1. Limited used: Claim activity related to IBNR is related consistently to claims already reported
- 2. Mtd appropriate when applied to lines for which most claims reported in first Acc Period
- * works well with CM coverage and RY analysis
What are the 5 steps in case o/s mtd #1?
- 1. Calculate ratios of inc. paid at x to case o/s at x-12
- 2. Calculate ratios of case o/s to previous case o/s
- 3. Project future case o/s
- 4. Project future incr. paid
- 5. Ultimate claims equal sum of incrementals
Name 2 major cases where this method doesn't work
- 1. Mtd assumes that future IBNR is related to clms already reported but this doesn't hold true for many lines
- 2. Infrequently used, lack of benchmarks
When would one use case o/s approach #2?
- times of transition, mergers & acquisition where there is a change and we just don't have enough historical data
What are the key assumptions for case o/s #2?
- Past is indicative of the future
- Claims recorded will develop in a similar manner in the future as the industry benchmark used to select reporting and payment patterns
What is different about case o/s #2?
Projects unpaid claims, not ultimate claims
What is the case o/s development factor?
- (RPT CDF-Ult - 1) * (Paid CDF-ULT) - 1
- (Paid CDF-Ult - RPT CDF-ULT)
List a potential difficulty with B/S Case O/S Adjustment
estimation of underlying trend in severity
- Medical Malpractice
- -slow pmt of claims reduces data
- -severity trends can be distorted by irregular settlements and variations in CNP
Without B/S Case O/S Adjustment, rpt dvt tech will over or understate IBNR?
Without trending back Rpt Claims, IBNR will be overstated b/c change in operations would have caused reported to be too big, thus LDFs would be too big
Describe the two relationships that approximate Cum # closed claims (X) and Cum Paid Clms (Y)
- 1. Exponential curve Y = a*exp(bX)
- 2. Linear relationship:
Two alternatives for the derivation of CDFs in B/S
- Linear regression of CDFs at each age
- Exponential regression of CDF at each age to select CDF
What is the key assumption of B/S #2
Higher % of closed claim counts relative to ultimate claim count is associated with higher % of ult claims paid
Potential difficulty with adjustment of B/S
- 1. Lack recognition of settlement patterns by size of loss may incr error
- 2. If # small clms closed Decr and large claims closed are incr, then may see overall decrease in closure rate but increase in claims paid
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