Socially responsible investing (SRI)
An investment strategy geared to maximising social as well as financial profit.
Project of the European Commission to fundamentally reform and harmonise European insurance supervisory regulations. Solvency II follows the three-pillar approach: minimum capital requirements (quantitative), supervisory review processes (qualitative) and market discipline (disclosure).
Any person or group that can be affected by a company’s operations and that, conversely, has an influence on the company in question.
A special form of scenario analysis. The aim is to make a quantitative statement on the loss potential of portfolios in the event of extreme market fluctuations.