# Optimal Investment and Bounded Ruin Probability: Constant Portfolio Strategies and Mean-variance Analysis

@inproceedings{Korn2008OptimalIA, title={Optimal Investment and Bounded Ruin Probability: Constant Portfolio Strategies and Mean-variance Analysis}, author={Ralf Korn and Anke Wiese}, year={2008} }

- Published 2008

We study the continuous-time portfolio optimization problem of an insurer. The wealth of the insurer is given by a classical risk process plus gains from trading in a risky asset, modelled by a geometric Brownian motion. The insurer is not only interested in maximizing the expected utility of wealth but is also concerned about the ruin probability. We thus investigate the problem of optimizing the expected utility for a bounded ruin probability. The corresponding optimal strategy in various… CONTINUE READING

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