Whether you’re an actuary who signs P/C loss reserve opinions or someone who assists in preparing them, the Academy’s annual seminar on P/C Effective Loss Reserve Opinions offers you an opportunity to deepen your expertise, become more efficient in your work, and differentiate yourself from others in your field. Join us on Nov. 13 and 14 in St. Louis for this highly interactive and customized seminar. Registration spaces are limited to maximize customization and robust discussion. Register today!( )
Health Solvency Work Group submitted responses to questions from the NAIC's Health Risk-Based Capital Working Group regarding HSWG's model that examines expenses within the context of business risk concentration risk.( )
The Financial Regulatory Reform Task Force submitted comments to the Financial Stability Board on its paper discussing the application of key attributes of an effective resolution regime to non-bank financial institutions.( )
Check out our new lunchtime webinar series—the Academy Capitol Forum—starting this month. This webinar series is an opportunity for you to learn about a wide variety of public policy topics from the policy experts themselves. Webinars will feature topics in health care, risk management, financial reporting, pensions and retirement income, property/casualty, and life insurance. The first webinar in this series will feature Gregory Martin, the Deputy Director of Stakeholder Engagement at the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). Join us on Oct. 16 to explore what PCORI is and does—and how you can be involved!( )
The P/C Risk-Based Capital Committee submitted comments to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners on the Reinsurance Association of America's discussion draft on reinsurance credit risk.( )
The State Long-Term Care Task Force made a presentation to the Southeastern Regulators Association Conference on actuarial implications for long-term care insurance.( )
Senior Life Fellow Nancy Bennett gave a presentation to the Southeastern Regulators Association Conference on principle-based reserving for life insurance products.
The Pension Committee submitted comments to the Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) regarding the disclosure of material events on the Annual Funding Notice (AFN) for defined benefit plans.( )
Pension Committee sent a letter to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) that supports the proposed regulations on premium rates, payment of premiums, and reducing regulatory burdens.( )
Join us for a discussion of the Exhibit 3A instructions, which are new for the 2013 NAIC Health Annual Statement. Presenters will provide an overview of the health care receivables, discuss the purpose of the new exhibit, and share examples with cross references to Exhibit 3 and Underwriting & Investment Exhibit Part 2B.( )
The AG 43/C-3 Phase II Work Group sent a comment letter to the NAIC C-3 Phase II/AG 43 (E/A) Subgroup regarding a recent amendment with modifications to current total return gross wealth ratios for Actuarial Guideline 43.
The Enterprise Risk Management Committee submitted comments to the Financial Stability Board on its paper to create an effective risk appetite framework.
The Pension Committee submitted comments to the Actuarial Standards Board on its recent modeling ASOP exposure draft that included concerns that the potential ASOP could be applied too broadly.( )
The Academy sent a letter to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners describing the many ways its mission aligns with regulators and their goals. The letter was sent in response to a request for comments to a discussion draft paper of the Joint Qualified Actuary (A/B/C) subgroup. As the home for actuarial professionalism, the Academy has long worked to serve both the public and the U.S. actuarial profession, describing this mission as “intended to support the objective of regulators to protect and assist the public.”( )
The Pension Finance Task Force sent a letter to the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) that provides suggestions, based on financial economics, to improve accounting for single employer pension plans, an issue that FASB may consider revisiting.( )