The Insurance Risk Analysis Division is responsible for cross-functional research on sectoral risks for life and non-life insurance, contributes to the risk review process, carries out strategy analyses for investments and contract revaluation, and benchmarking (on profitability, results etc.). It carries out works on stress tests, studies requiring model-based approaches or the use of advanced quantitative techniques to analyse insurance risks.
The Research Directorate deals with cross-functional issues of both sectors in terms of studies and micro-prudential research. It is responsible for organising stress tests and writing general and synthetic studies. It steers research activities carried out by the ACPR in cooperation with other units of the Banque de France.
It is composed of 3 divisions:
The Statistical Studies and Publications Division carries out statistical studies, organises and coordinates data collection and the management of statistics for the ACPR. It ensures information observation and document management for all divisions of the SGACPR.
The Banking Risk Analysis Division is responsible for studies on sectoral risks in a cross-function way (credit risk for households, companies, States, etc.), on thematic risks (solvency, liquidity, operational risk etc.) and benchmarking (profitability, results, etc.). It carries out works on stress tests, studies requiring model-based approaches or the use of advanced quantitative techniques to analyse banking risks.
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