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Catastrophe Risk Evaluating and Standardizing Target Accumulations

دوشنبه 12 بهمن 1394 12:09 ب.ظنویسنده : محسن قره خانی

 
  • Catastrophe Risk Evaluating and Standardizing Target Accumulations

    The CRESTA organisation was established by the insurance and reinsurance industry in 1977 as an independent body for the technical management of natural hazard coverage.

    CRESTA's main goal is to establish a uniform and global system to transfer, electronically, aggregated exposure data for accumulation risk control and modelling among insurers and reinsurers. Today, the standards are generally accepted and applied throughout the insurance industry worldwide. Although the information provided here is available to everyone, it is aimed primarily at the insurance industry.

    CRESTA's main tasks are:

    • Determining country-specific zones for the uniform and detailed reporting of exposure  data usually relating to natural hazards.
    • Promoting a template to exchange exposure data in the industry based on the ACORD standard
    • Offer a mapping service to visualize values based on CRESTA zones

    None of the listed and published works is in any way binding.
    CRESTA makes no recommendations on the insurance and reinsurance of natural hazards but merely seeks to provide information on existing regulations.


آخرین ویرایش: دوشنبه 12 بهمن 1394 12:12 ب.ظ

 

Public Access DFA Model Dynamo

دوشنبه 12 بهمن 1394 07:11 ق.ظنویسنده : محسن قره خانی

 

Public Access DFA Model (Dynamo)

Updated version of Public Access DFA Model (Dynamo)

Associated Files for the Public Access DFA Model (Dynamo)

The MP4 files below are available as a zip file download. This zip file should be extracted into the same folder as the one containing Dynamo 5.

  • Review of Graphics
  • Intro to Dynamo 5
  • Formula Substring Search
  • Moving around Dynamo
  • Dynamo Pod
  • Dynamo Bug Fixes
  • Accumulating Trials Using HPC
- See more at: http://www.casact.org/research/index.cfm?fa=dynamo#sthash.7CQpefce.dpuf

Public Access DFA Model (Dynamo)

Updated version of Public Access DFA Model (Dynamo)

HPC Dynamo Version 5

Associated Files for the Public Access DFA Model (Dynamo)

The MP4 files below are available as a zip file download. This zip file should be extracted into the same folder as the one containing Dynamo 5.

  • Review of Graphics
  • Intro to Dynamo 5
  • Formula Substring Search
  • Moving around Dynamo
  • Dynamo Pod
  • Dynamo Bug Fixes
  • Accumulating Trials Using HPC

- See more at:  http://www.casact.org/research/index.cfm?fa=dynamo#sthash.7CQpefce.dpuf

 

Public Access DFA Model (Dynamo)

Updated version of Public Access DFA Model (Dynamo)

Associated Files for the Public Access DFA Model (Dynamo)

The MP4 files below are available as a zip file download. This zip file should be extracted into the same folder as the one containing Dynamo 5.

  • Review of Graphics
  • Intro to Dynamo 5
  • Formula Substring Search
  • Moving around Dynamo
  • Dynamo Pod
  • Dynamo Bug Fixes
  • Accumulating Trials Using HPC
- See more at: http://www.casact.org/research/index.cfm?fa=dynamo#sthash.7CQpefce.dpuf









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آخرین ویرایش: دوشنبه 12 بهمن 1394 07:14 ق.ظ

 

مدل سرمایه گذاری هسته پیرو

سه شنبه 6 بهمن 1394 04:26 ب.ظنویسنده : محسن قره خانی

 

Core-satellite investing is a method of portfolio construction designed to minimize costs, tax liability and volatility while providing an opportunity to outperform the broad stock market as a whole. The core of the portfolio consists of passive investments that track major market indices, such as the Standard and Poor's 500 Index (S&P 500). Additional positions, known as satellites, are added to the portfolio in the form of actively managed investments. Read on to find out how this works.

Portfolio Construction
First, look at the core portion of your portfolio. The assets will be allocated to investments that are designed to be managed passively. For example, you could put half of the assets dedicated to stocks into an index fund that tracks the S&P 500.


آخرین ویرایش: سه شنبه 6 بهمن 1394 04:27 ب.ظ