IMPROVEMENT OF OPERATIONAL RISK MEASUREMENT UNDER THE SOLVENCY II FRAMEWORKDownload This Article
Darja Stepchenko, Gaida Petter , Irina Voronova
Operational risk is one of the core risks of every insurance company in accordance to the solvency capital requirement under the Solvency II regime. The target of the research is to investigate the improvement possibilities of the operational risk measurement under Solvency II regime. The authors have prepared the algorithm of the operational risk measurement under Solvency II framework that helps improve the understanding of the operational risk capital requirements. Moreover, the authors have prepared the case study about a practical usage of the suggested algorithm through the example of one non-life insurance company. The authors use, in order to perform the research, such corresponding methods as theoretical and methodological analysis of scientific literature, analytical, statistical and mathematical methods.
Keywords: Modelling, Operational Risk, Skew t-copula, the Solvency II Framework
How to cite this paper: Stepchenko, D., Pettere, G., Voronova, I. (2015). Improvement of operational risk measurement under the Solvency II framework. Risk governance & control: Financial markets & institutions, 5(2-1), 135-141. https://doi.org/10.22495/rgcv5i2c1art7