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LOGISTICAL CAPITAL MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS, USING THE DRAFT – SOLVENCY II

Vol. 2, No 2, 2009

Edita Jurkonytė

Department of Business Economics and Management,

Kaunas Faculty of Humanituies

Vilnius University

Kaunas g. 8, LT 42280

Lithuania

tel: +370 686 44212

 

Logistical Capital Management Solutions, using the DRAFT –  SOLVENCY II

 

 

ABSTRACT. Logistic management of capital can be used as an accurate measure of an insurance company's solvency margins and identification of needs, depending on the characteristics of individual insurance companies, taking a disproportionate risk of dependence on the insurance company’s performance. This may be true for the Solvency II project, which aims to determine each individual insurance company’s level of risk more accurately. This requires the insurance company's solvency indicators. One unclear logistical advantages of capital management theory in this context is the risk level of the interface compared to the insurance company's size. These interfaces logistical capital confirms the usefulness of developing the theory of the solvency of insurance company’s management methodology.

 

 

Received: June, 2009

1st Revision: September, 2009

Accepted: November, 2009

JEL Classification:  G22, L85

Keywords: insurance, logistics capital, real estate services, Solvency II.