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Old 05-04-2015, 09:11 PM
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Un actuaire a mentionné à plusieurs reprises le "taux de chute" en m'expliquant rapidement sur quels sujets je serais porté à travailler si je venais à faire un stage avec lui. Il s'agit d'un grand réassureur et ce serait dans la branche Vie et santé.
Je n'ai presque rien trouvé sur internet autre que cette définition :

"Taux de chute : Rapport entre les affaires résiliées et le stock établi."

Je ne vois pas en quoi ce taux de chute serait bien important.
Je n'ai même pas trouvé de traduction en anglais.
Merci !

tl;dr : what is the "Taux de chute" in the context of a L&H reinsurer ?
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I think it means default rate. the insured cannot pay the premium anymore.
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I think it means default rate. the insured cannot pay the premium anymore.
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