Intersector Group notes from May 2020 conference call with the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation.(July 01, 2020)
FAQ document developed by the Joint Economic Scenario Generator Project Oversight Group to provide information relevant to the Academy Interest Rate Generator.(May 08, 2020)
Intersector Group notes from November 2019 meeting with the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation.(January 09, 2020)
Intersector Group notes from November 2019 meeting with the Treasury Department and Internal Revenue Service.(January 09, 2020)
As part of its continuing public policy research program providing objective and independent information based on actuarial analysis, the American Academy of Actuaries today introduced the first model and results of the Actuaries Climate Risk Index (ACRI), which provides results associating dollar estimates of property losses in the United States with changes in extreme weather.
The Academy has long been the most reliable and credible source of objective, independent, and nonpartisan information about actuarial matters that can and do affect public policy decisions in the U.S. We are now releasing the ACRI to provide that objective and independent analysis to assist in answering the question: Are the extreme weather conditions that result from a changing climate producing increased property losses?
The findings contained in version 1.0 of the ACRI are the culmination of years of research. We are presenting them now in the spirit of objective, transparent scientific inquiry and statistical rigor.(January 09, 2020)
A four page resource outlining the critical elements of PBR for life insurance.(October 23, 2019)
Updated monograph on the National Flood Insurance Program and related issues, with new data from 2017 and 2018 hurricane seasons.(September 25, 2019)
Academy Essential Elements paper on creating a national retirement policy, outlining the ways in which a comprehensive national retirement policy could potentially address concerns about retirement security in the United States. Essential Elements is a series designed to make actuarial analyses of public policy issues clearer to general audiences.(August 12, 2019)
Current Estimate Credit Losses Work Group white paper on the new FASB accounting requirement regarding uncollectible reinsurance.(July 02, 2019)
The Academy's Extreme Events and Property Lines Committee has published a new document, Wildfire: An Issue Paper -- Lessons Learned from the 2017-2018 California Events. Read the news release.(June 21, 2019)
Cyber Risk Task Force resource guide to help actuaries understand cyber risk and related insurance issues(May 22, 2019)
Academy Essential Elements paper on Big Data, highlighting the opportunities and challenges that rapidly evolving advancements in data analysis and storage pose for insurers, consumers, and regulators. Essential Elements is a series designed to make actuarial analyses of public policy issues clearer to general audiences.
Academy Essential Elements paper on lifetime income, highlighting the challenges that workers face in planning for the risk that they may live longer in retirement than expected, and outlining public policy approaches to help future retirees secure and manage their lifetime income. Essential Elements is a series designed to make actuarial analyses of public policy issues clearer to general audiences.
Academy Essential Elements paper on the tax treatment of pensions and insurance protections, and the potential public policy trade-offs of changes to the tax code. Essential Elements is a series designed to make actuarial analyses of public policy issues clearer to general audiences.
Risk Sharing Subcommittee issue paper that reviews the first year of experience under the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) risk adjustment program with focus on experience in the individual market.(April 12, 2016)
Public Interest Committee paper providing a common framework for discussion on sustainability of U.S. financial security programs, including Social Security, Medicare, and other types of insurance. Sustainability in American Financial Security Programs describes sustainability and related factors for policymakers, actuaries, and others for use when examining and proposing reforms of these programs.(June 24, 2015)