Cover Your Assets: The Changing Asset Profile of Insurers and Implications for Actuaries
September 28, 2022 | 12:30 to 2 p.m. EDT | USQS CE Available
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ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Attendees learned from members of the Academy’s Risk Management and Financial Reporting Council and Life Practice Council about the changes in the current environment that are resulting in more and more complex securities on the balance sheets of life insurers, the types of risks that these assets bring, and approaches actuaries can use to quantify those risks. Topics covered during this webinar included:
- Why insurers are investing in more complex assets;
- Details of what those complex assets are and how they are modeled;
- Benefits and risks associated with the assets; and
- Approaches for modeling them in an asset-liability model
Speakers touched on the new requirements for reporting related to these complex assets as outlined in Actuarial Guideline LIII, which becomes effective at year end 2022.
- Benjamin Slutsker, MAAA, FSA
Vice President, Life
- Edward Toy
- Stephen Smith, MAAA, FSA
Member, Asset Modeling and Reporting Task Force
- Tricia Matson, MAAA, FSA
Chairperson, Prudential Regulation Committee
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