Ivelin Zvezdov is a financial economist by training with experience in quantitative analysis and risk management for (re)insurance and natural catastrophe modeling, fixed income and commodities trading.
In 2006 he joined AIR Worldwide, a VERISK company, as Manager for Statistical Analysis and Numerical Models. Since 2013 he leads the product development effort of AIR’s next generation modeling platform. Earlier in his career, Zvezdov worked at energy trading, hedge fund and investment banking firms as a risk manager and senior quantitative analyst.
He holds an M.A. in Economics from St. Andrews University, UK, and M.Phil. in EU Studies from the University of Oxford, UK.
This is the second part of a two-part series. The first part can be found here. Abstract In the second part of this article, we extend the discourse to a notional micro-economy and examine the impact of diversification and insurance big data components on the potential for developing strategies for sustainable and economical insurance policy […]
This is the first part of a two-part series. Abstract Examining the intersection of research on the effects of (re)insurance risk diversification and availability of big insurance data components for competitive underwriting and premium pricing is the purpose for this paper. We study the combination of physical diversification by geography and insured natural peril with […]