What do we do?
Currently, the insurance companies have limited tools which can give them insights about the future number of claims and future value of the claims, as well as future scenarios with certain probabilities. The Optimal Reinsurance Management (ORM) is a software solution which graphically shows all possible future scenarios, claims, and values of claims, and based on them suggests which type of reinsurance treaty would be best for the insurance company.
Choosing the right combination of reinsurance treaty from a variety of treaties and multiple reinsurance companies can be a difficult. It involves building probabilistic models that compare the different outcome for all the combinations of all feasible treaties. The best treaty combination for the insurance company is the one which ensures highest profit at high probability of surviving. Based on the strategy of the insurance company the optimal reinsurance treaty can be one with the highest protection for a certain amount of ceded premium, or with lowest amount of premium ceded to a certain level of reinsurance protection.
Having a reinsurance treaty brings many responsibilities. Maintaining the overview for all the policies and claims how are they connected to the active reinsurance treaties is a demanding job. We have built a software that automatically recognizes what portion of a certain policy should be ceded to the respective treaty and a tool that knows when to trigger some nonproportional treaties. The same principles are applied for the claims. The bordereaux reports are generated when needed and can be done for a flexible period time.
The ORM model brakes down the stats by insurance types and offers insights into the profitability of each portfolio segment which can give different aspects of marketing different portfolio segments, and it can classify optimal reinsurance treaties by Class/Policy type and/or joint ones.
If the company does not have the power to negotiate an optimal treaty with the reinsurance company, the ORM software can provide a comparison between several different treaties to make it easier for the insurance companies to chose the best treaty based on the input parameters for maximum profit within percentage of survival.