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In this paper, stochastic compound Poisson process is employed to value the catastrophic insurance options and model the claim arrival process for catastrophic events, which were written in the loss period , during which the catastrophe took place. Here, a time compound process gives the underlying loss index before and after whose losses are revaluated by inhomogeneous exponential Levy process factor. For this paper, an exponential Levy process is used to evaluate the well-known European call option in order to price Property Claim Services catastrophe insurance based on catastrophe index.
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