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Risk management and insurance
C. Arthur Williams
|Statement||C. Arthur Williams, Michael L. Smith and Peter C. Young.|
|Contributions||Smith, Michael L., Young, Peter C.|
The book is written by two experienced professionals, Cathy Hampson (Managing Director of GMG Europe and author of An Introduction to Behavioural Risk) and Gustavo A. Ortega (Director, Head of Corporate Operational Risk Management, American International Group, Inc.), who provide in-depth background and real-life examples in order to fully 1/5. For undergraduate courses in Risk Management and Insurance. Principles and Practices: Managing Risk with Consumer Considerations. Redja’s Principles of Risk Management and Insurance provides an in-depth examination of major risk themes. Using rich and up-to-date content on the basic concepts of risk and insurance, and introductory and advanced topics in traditional and enterprise risk /5().
This fully updated user-friendly third edition of Risk Management for Insurers will quickly help you get to grips with risk management terms and techniques, and how they relate specifically to the insurance industry. It also demonstrates how Solvency II is already shaping the regulatory agenda and its likely impact on the insurance industry. Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance by Mark S. Dorfman; 10 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Risk management, Risk (Insurance), Insurance.
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Description. For undergraduate courses in Risk Management and Insurance. Principles and Practices: Managing Risk with Consumer Considerations. Redja’s Principles of Risk Management and Insurance provides an in-depth examination of major risk rich and up-to-date content on the basic concepts of risk and insurance, and introductory and advanced topics in traditional and enterprise Format: On-line Supplement.
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The following is a brief description of the insurance policies provided to registered members of USA Hockey. Tips For Filing a Claim.This book differs from most other risk management books - it isn’t aimed at risk specialists, it doesn’t focus on a single, specific area, such as financial or insurance-related risk and it’s not nearly as dull!
Written in an informal, no-nonsense style, it brings the concepts of effective risk management to a wider audience than that /5(44).