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.5 79.2 −114.5 Interest rate risk: Parallel shift in 1.3 6.2 38.7 192.0 −115.2 Credit risk 3.0 3.8 7.6 24.6 −13.0 Real state risk 5.6 3.9 7.5 26.0 −9.2 Underwriting risk 4.0 7.1 15.1 62.2 −14.0 Lapse risk persistency risk −1.2 −3.1 8.1 5.0 −27.1 Non life risk (group 1) 1/ 0.5 0.1 7.0 11.5 −32.8 Non life risk (group 2, "mass" events) 2/ 1.0 1.2 3.2 11.4 −9.4 Non life risk (group 2, "peak" events) 2/ 1.7 1.6 2.1 6.7 0

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This technical note presents stress testing of banking and insurance on the Isle of Man (IOM). The stress tests for the IOM Financial Sector Assessment Program Update have been designed to yield as comprehensive and detailed a picture as possible within the constraints of the approach and available data. Stress tests have been performed both by individual institutions based on the parameters and scenarios agreed between the authorities and IMF staff, and, at an aggregate level and in many instances, by the authorities themselves.
International Monetary Fund
Stress testing (ST) was undertaken as part of the Guernsey Financial sector assessment Program (FSAP) Update in order to assess the resilience of the Guernsey financial system to a variety of potential strains. The approach taken was a simulation of the effect of a potential double-dip recession on solvency of Guernsey banks and insurance companies. The STs assess the sensitivity of banks and insurance companies to single-factor shocks to risk types affecting solvency and liquidity position of institutions. The mission recommends that future STs should be risk-based and that macroprudential analysis should be run on a regular basis.
Mr. Jean-Jacques Hallaert

Front Matter Page European Department Table of Contents ABSTRACT I. INTRODUCTION II. INEQUALITY AND POVERTY IN BULGARIA AND EUROPE A. Income Inequality B. Poverty C. Wealth Inequality D. Poverty and inequality in time of crisis E. Regional Inequality III. FISCAL REDISTRIBUTION A. Demand for and Supply of Fiscal Redistribution B. Size and Design of Social Protection IV. CONCLUSION REFERENCES Appendix I. SOURCES AND DEFINITIONS Appendix II. AT-PERSISTENT-RISK-OF-POVERTY RATE BY AGE GROUPS IN EU COUNTRIES (2018