Course Information

FRE6163 Life Contingencies II

Credits: 3.00

Description:
The course investigates annuity and insurance contracts involving two lives. Subsequently, a more realistic model is introduced in which several causes of decrement are possible. An overview of risk-theory application to insurance is given. Also covered are an extension of the individual model to incorporate operational constraints such as acquisitions and administrative expenses, accounting requirements and the effects of contract termination.

Prerequisite: FRE 6143 Life Contingencies I and Graduate Standing