Financial Reporting, Risk Management And Solvency

Financial reporting and solvency issues at the state level, such as NAIC-related projects on RBC, as well as emerging international solvency issues and federal regulation of insurance companies.

Joint P&C/Health Bond Factors Analysis Work Group discussion draft of a report to the NAIC’s Joint Health RBC and P/C RBC Drafting Group on bond factors.
(January 31, 2018)
Health Financial Reporting and Solvency Committee comments to NAIC Statutory Accounting Principles Working Group in Form A Maintence Maintenance Agenda Submission Form. (July 7, 2017)
Stop-Loss Work Group comments to the NAIC’s Capital Adequacy (E) Task Force concerning calibration of risk factors in the Stop-Loss Factors Report. (May 9, 2017)
Health Financial Reporting and Solvency Committee comments to the Long-Term Care Valuation (B) Subgroup on asset treatment for stand-alone LTC asset adequacy analysis. (January 26, 2017)
GASB 74 Implementation Work Group comments on the GASB 74 implementation guide exposure draft that addresses financial reporting for postemployment benefit plans other than pension plans. (December 19, 2016)
Joint Property and Casualty Risk-Based Capital Committee and Health Solvency Subcommittee letter to the NAIC's Operational Risk Subgroup on proposed changes to the operational risk factor in risk-based capital (RBC) formulas for property/casualty and health. (December 19, 2016)
Stop Loss Factors Work Group report to the NAIC Health Risk-Based Capital (RBC) Work Group (E) reviewing the RBC formulas currently used for medical excess of loss business.
(November 14, 2016)
Cancer Claims Cost Tables Work Group report on developing a new set of valuation tables for use with cancer insurance policies in order to aid actuaries with their pricing and reviewing product filings by providing analysis on the initial data provided by the industry. (August 25, 2016)
Medicare Part D RBC Subgroup report recommending RBC risk factors for Medicare Part D coverage based on analysis of detailed carrier experience, which follows up on an initial report released in 2014.
(August 24, 2016)
Health Care Receivables Factors Work Group recommendation on credit risk factors for health care receivables to the NAIC’s Health Risk Based Capital (E) Work Group. (April 15, 2016)
Health Solvency Subcommittee letter to the NAIC’s Health Risk-Based Capital (E) Working Group with comments on Proposal 2016-01-H’s individual premiums and claims footnote. (March 28, 2016)
Cancer Claims Cost Tables Work Group presentation to the NAIC's Health Actuarial Task Force the produced graduated valuation tables, and sample reserve calculations.
(November 18, 2015)
Health Solvency Subcommittee updated on the evaluation of asset risk in the health risk-based capital (HRBC) formula.
(November 9, 2015)
Financial Reporting and Solvency Committee comment letter to the NAIC's Emerging Accounting Issues (E) Working Group on the “ACA Risk Corridors Collectability” exposure draft. (October 30, 2015)
The Financial Reporting Committee, Pension Accounting Committee, Casualty Committee on Property and Liability Financial Reporting, Health Financial Reporting and Solvency Committee, and Life Financial Reporting Committee comments on the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board’s (PCAOB) “The Auditor's Use of the Work of Specialists” consultation paper. (July 15, 2015)
Health Solvency Work Group comment letter to the NAIC's Investment Risk-Based Capital Working Group on the evaluation of asset risk factors for the health risk-based capital formula. (May 20, 2015)
Life Capital Adequacy Committee, Property and Casualty Risk-Based Capital Committee, and Health Solvency Work Group comments to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) on operational risk issues. (January 7, 2015)
Health Practice Financial Reporting Committee comments to the NAIC on new accounting proposals for the risk-sharing programs of the Affordable Care Act. (June 20, 2014)
Health Practice Financial Reporting Committee comments to the NAIC on new accounting proposals for the risk-sharing programs of the Affordable Care Act. (June 20, 2014)
Health Practice Financial Reporting Committee issue brief providing an overview of Affordable Care Act provisions - the premium-stabilization programs, new taxes and fees, advanced payments, and existing actuarial liabilities - that may create a certain amount of volatility on future financial statements. (November 1, 2013)