ASOP Nos. 20 & 36: Proposed Changes
August 31, 2022 | Noon to 1:30 pm EDT | USQS CE available
- Members: $50
- Nonmembers: $100
- Group Registration: $250
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ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
The Actuarial Standards Board (ASB) is revising several property/casualty standards, including ASOP No. 20, tentatively retitled Discounting of Property/Casualty Claim Estimates, and ASOP No. 36, tentatively retitled Statements of Actuarial Opinion Regarding Property/Casualty Loss, Loss Adjustment Expense, or Other Reserves. Both standards are currently open for comment on the ASB website. Join us to hear the actuaries who led the drafting effort discuss why the standards are being revised and the proposed changes, many of which are significant.
- Mary Frances Miller, MAAA, FCAS, CPCU, ARM, ARe, HFIA
Former Chairperson, ASB Casualty Committee
- Margaret Tiller Sherwood, MAAA, FCAS, FSA, FCA, CERA, CPCU, ARM, ERMP
Chairperson, Task Force to Revise ASOP No. 36
- Robert Walling, MAAA, FCAS, CERA
Chairperson, Task Force to Revise ASOP No. 20
- Kevin Dyke, MAAA, FCAS
Member, Actuarial Standards Board
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