The Risk Management and Financial Reporting Council (RMFRC) provides objective technical expertise to policymakers and regulators on issues involving risk management and/or financial reporting.
The Academy’s Climate Change Joint Task Force (CCJTF) submitted comments to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on their request for public input on the proposed rule, the “Enhancement and Standardization of Climate-Related Disclosures for Investors.”( )
The IFRS 17 Work Group of the Financial Reporting Committee submitted comments to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) Foundation Interpretations Committee Chairperson Bruce Mackenzie on the foundation’s tentative agenda decision Transfer of Insurance Coverage under a Group of Annuity Contracts (IFRS 17).( )
The Academy’s Climate Change Joint Task Force (CCJTF) submitted comments to the Department of Labor’s (DOL) Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) on their Request for Information on Possible Agency Actions to Protect Life Savings and Pensions from Threats of Climate Related Financial Risk.( )
The Academy’s Data Science and Analytics Committee (DSAC) presented to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ (NAIC) Casualty Actuarial and Statistical (C) Task Force (CASTF) Book Club on their recent major issue paper, Big Data and Algorithms in Actuarial Modeling and Consumer Impacts.( )
The ERM/ORSA Committee's comments submitted to the IAIS as part of the association's Public Consultation on the Development of Liquidity Metrics: Phase 2.( )
The Climate Change Joint Task Force sent comments to the U.S. Department of the Treasury and Federal Insurance Office's (FIO) request for information regarding FIO's future work related to the insurance sector and climate-related financial risks.( )
The Data Science and Analytics Committee released a major issue paper, Big Data and Algorithms in Actuarial Modeling and Consumer Impacts. The paper provides a framing for understanding how developments in big data and artificial intelligence (AI) may impact insurance offerings and their oversight; education for actuaries, regulators, legislators, and other interested stakeholders on the evolving impacts of big data and AI technologies on the oversight, accessibility, and sustainability of insurance since the publication of the Big Data and the Role of the Actuary monograph; and education for a framework on algorithmic accountability and considerations specific across different lines of insurance.( )
The Long-Duration Contracts Work Group of the Financial Reporting Committee released an exposure draft of a public policy practice note on the Application of Accounting Standards Update 2018-12, Targeted Improvements to the Accounting for Long-Duration Contracts. The exposure draft is Part I: Traditional and Limited-Payment Contracts – Basic Considerations Related to the Liability for Future Policy Benefits. Due to the number of areas of practice impacted by this accounting standard, the white paper is being exposed for comment in sections, of which this is the first. Please send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 30.( )
RMFRC’s Data Science and Analytics Committee (DSAC) submitted comments in response to a joint request for information and comment from several federal agencies regarding financial institutions’ use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. The DSAC letter provided actuarial insights into the use of AI in the insurance sector. The agencies making the request are the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, and the National Credit Union Administration.( )
The Climate-Related Financial Disclosures Work Group and the Actuaries Climate Index/Actuaries Climate Risk Index Work Group submitted comments to the New York State Department of Financial Services on financial risks related to climate change.( )
The Climate-Related Financial Disclosures Work Group and the Actuaries Climate Index/Actuaries Climate Risk Index Work Group jointly submitted comments to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s request for public input on climate change disclosures.( )
The ERM/ORSA Climate-Related Financial Disclosures Work Group submitted comments to the NAIC Climate and Resilience (EX) Task Force's Climate Risk Disclosure Workstream related to ongoing discussions and work on the Climate Risk Disclosure Survey.( )
The ERM/ORSA Climate Risk Disclosures Work Group Chair, Michelle Young, and Academy Assistant Director for Research, Steve Jackson, shared an update to the NAIC Climate Risk and Resiliency (EX) Task Force on the Climate Risk Disclosures Survey Analysis project.( )
The Solvency Committee submitted comments to the Federal Insurance Office regarding its Study on the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS).( )
The ERM/ORSA Committee's Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (CRFD) Work Group submitted comments to the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) on its Application Paper on the Supervision of Climate-related Risks in the Insurance Sector.( )
Comments, analysis, or explanatory material prepared for an external audience on behalf of an Academy group or the Academy as a whole; these include letters, memos, reports, and fact sheets.
Analyses of major actuarial or public policy issues written primarily for policy-makers, regulators, the news media, and the public.
Include white papers and monographs which are longer, more detailed analyses of major actuarial or public policy issues written primarily for policy-makers, regulators, the news media, and the public. Includes monographs and white papers.
Slides presented by the Academy at webinars, seminars, briefings, hearings, or other meetings and events.
The Academy works with the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) on the creation and refinement of sensible, effective regulation. These reports and related documents highlight the NAIC-related work of the risk management & financial reporting practice councils.
Written and oral testimony provided to Congress or to other governmental and quasigovernmental bodies.
Practice notes offer examples of current and emerging approaches to selected actuarial tasks. They are intended to supplement the available actuarial literature, especially where the practices addressed are subject to evolving technology, recently adopted external requirements, or advances in actuarial science and other applicable disciplines.