A two-dimensional ruin problem on the positive quadrant
In this paper we study the joint ruin problem for two insurance companies that divide between them both claims and premia in some specified proportions (modeling two branches of the same insurance company or an insurance and re-insurance company). Modeling the risk processes of the insurance companies by Cramér-Lundberg processes we obtain the Laplace transform in space of the probability that either of the insurance companies is ruined in finite time. Subsequently, for exponentially distributed claims, we derive an explicit analytical expression for this joint ruin probability by explicitly inverting this Laplace transform. We also provide a characterization of the Laplace transform of the joint ruin time.
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- Asmussen, Soren & Avram, Florin & Usabel, Miguel, 2002. "Erlangian Approximations for Finite-Horizon Ruin Probabilities," ASTIN Bulletin: The Journal of the International Actuarial Association, Cambridge University Press, vol. 32(02), pages 267-281, November.
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