Reinsurance for the Beginner - Fifth Edition
This publication explains the basic elements of the business of reinsurance and includes numerous worked examples of reinsurance calculations and typical policy wordings. It is aimed primarily at students and newcomers to the industry, but will also help financial advisers, accountants, lawyers and regulators gain a working knowledge of the subject.
This explanatory publication examines the construction and application of reinsurance, rather than the usage of any particular market.
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – Facultative
Chapter 3 – Treaties
Chapter 4 – Proportional Treaties
Chapter 5 – Quota Share Treaty
Chapter 6 – Surplus Treaty
Chapter 7 – Pools and Facultative Obligatory Treaty
Chapter 8 – Non-Proportional Reinsurance
Chapter 9 – Event Excess of Loss
Chapter 10 – Risk Excess of Loss
Chapter 11 – Catastrophe Excess of Loss
Chapter 12 – Stop Loss and Aggregate Excess of Loss
Chapter 13 – Reinsurance Planning – Basic Principles
Chapter 14 – Reinsurance Planning – Practical Application
Chapter 15 – Basic Contract Wordings
Chapter 16 – Treaty Wordings – Proportional
Chapter 17 – Contract Wordings – Excess of Loss
Chapter 18 – Developments since the 4th Edition
Philippe Bellerose, FCII, CDipAF, was a Director and General Manager of the Sydney Reinsurance Company Pty Ltd, a member of the QBE Insurance Group Ltd, Australia. He was in reinsurance for some 25 years, the last 15 being as Reinsurance Manager of the QBE Group, which operates in 26 countries.
Christopher Paine, DipCII, formerly of Reinsurance Evaluations Ltd, revised and updated this 5th Edition following the death of Philippe Bellerose.
- Number of Pages:
- Binding Format:
- Book Height:
- 235 mm
- Book Width:
- 155 mm
- 0.4 kg
Philippe Bellerose, FCII, CDipAF and Christopher Paine, DipCII