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In some cases, it may not be possible to use statistically developed scorecards, custom or generic. This is usually due to very low volumes, to perceived benefits that do not justify the costs associated with any scorecard development, or to a product for which no generic model is available or appropriate. In these circumstances, it may be necessary to develop a judgment-based adjudication model. ” The development of such a model involves selecting a group of characteristics judged to be good predictors of risk, and assigning points to each attribute, as with statistically developed models.
Detecting different behavior on its own is, however, not a sufficient reason for segmentation. , lower losses, higher approval rates for that segment). An example of how to measure this is given in the “Comparing Improvement” section of this chapter. Segmentation, whether using experience or statistical methods, should also be done with future plans in mind. Most analysis and experience is based on the past, but scorecards need to be implemented in the future, on future applicant segments. One way to achieve this is by adjusting segmentation based on, for example, the organization’s intended target market.
This shows that segmenting by age is a good idea. Note that if only one scorecard were used, all renters for example, would get the same points. With segmenting, renters above and below 30 will get different points, leading to better risk rankings. 3% The same is true for applicants with “0” and “4+” trades—the same information predicts differently above and below age 30. Both these examples are based on North American data, and are explainable. People who are over 30 years of age and still live with their parents tend to be higher risks.