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You work as an Advisor at EY Actuaries in multidisciplinary teams together with, among others, tax consultants, lawyers, risk managers and IT advisers at EY. Depending on your interest (Non-Life, Life, Analytics, Pensions, Asset Risk Management) you advise on various financial issues. Topics include the design and valuation of financial products and derivatives, risk and capital measurement and management, risk management for pensions, the (new) pension scheme or the calculation of pension schemes or option remunerations in the annual accounts. You engage with financial and actuarial models and you support EY audit teams, among other things, in checking the solvency position of insurers.
During the case you will assess some stress tests on the positions of an insurance company and determine how much capital they need to be able to withstand these stressed scenarios. The case requires some number crunching on Asset positions and Technical Provisions. Are you able to correctly calculate the amount that is required for these scenarios?