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  • Risks and Rewards Newsletter, February 2003, Issue No. 41
    (Mark Bursinger). We liai- son with the Long Term Care Section (Larry Rubin) and with Continuing Education ... a problem because the problem is not subject to direct experimentation. 3 Analysts are hampered in their ...

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    • Authors: Lawrence N Bader, Nino A Boezio, Paul Donahue, Anson Glacy, Jeremy Gold, David Ingram, Max Rudolph, Peter Tilley, Richard Wendt, Douglas A George, Valentina A Isakina, Lilli Segre Tossani
    • Date: Feb 2003
    • Publication Name: Risks & Rewards
  • Benchmarking Investment Performance
    The steps to compliance are very simple, very direct and logical. First of all, you need to construct ... one is very difficult. Think about a long- term care product. How do you create a benchmark that matches ...

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    • Authors: Anson Glacy, Scott S Hartz, William H Panning
    • Date: May 2003
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Finance & Investments
  • Product Development News, March 1998, Issue No. 45
    to catego- rize policyholder behavior into two primary modes: Naïve mode: Buy as prices increase; sell ... International Products Regulation/Concern with Long-Term Care Ideas Internet Activity on Life Critical Illness ...

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    • Authors: Donald C Chambers, Douglas Doll, Deborah Sloan, Anson Glacy, Johan Lotter, Mark Milton, Kevin Larsen
    • Date: Mar 1998
    • Publication Name: Product Matters!
  • Risks and Rewards Newsletter, July 2001, Issue No. 37
    sufficient asset reserve? Should product managers care if returns fall short of pricing assumptions? Are ... be described by a rich polynomial function, the primary independent term of which is a parallel shift in ...

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    • Authors: Lawrence N Bader, Nino A Boezio, Paul Donahue, David C Gilliland, Anson Glacy, David Ingram, Peter Tilley, Richard Wendt, Bradley Buechler, Linda Blatchford, Thomas Merfeld, Rob Royall, Victor Canto
    • Date: Jul 2001
    • Publication Name: Risks & Rewards
  • Small Talk Newsletter, May 1998, Issue No. 11.
    investment both internal and external including direct This is likely to create a receivable, given business ... Regulation A–620, Accelerated Benefits A–641, Long-Term-Care Insurance Model Regulation A–820, Standard Valuation ...

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    • Authors: Christian J DesRochers, Jerry Enoch, Anson Glacy, R Thomas Herget, Norman E Hill, Paul J Sulek, James Thompson, Thomas P Tierney, Teri Geske, DALE ALLEN HALL, JOHN WADE, D A D'Annunzio, Joel Lantzman
    • Date: May 1998
    • Publication Name: Small Talk
  • The Financial Reporter
    issues because of increased frequency of managed care organization insolvencies. Life & Health Actuarial ... and uncertainties across product lines, between primary and secondary benefits, and in reserving for multiple ...

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    • Authors: Anson Glacy, Larry M Gorski, Norman E Hill, James W Lamson, Donald Maves, Bruce Moore, Thomas Nace, David Sandberg, Shirley Hwei-Chung Shao, S Michael McLaughlin
    • Date: Jun 2000
    • Publication Name: The Financial Reporter
  • Small Talk Newsletter, May 2001, Issue No. 17
    home serv- ice in force and from newer blocks of direct response business. This issue thus crosses all ... there are likely tens of millions in force. • Direct response, including juvenile policies sold to ...

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    • Authors: Robert J Butler, Anson Glacy, John Kerper, John Ladley, Jon E Niehus, Steven Ostlund, Edward J Slaby, James Thompson, Alex Zeid, Lawrence Garvey
    • Date: May 2001
    • Publication Name: Small Talk
  • Equity-Indexed Products: Managing the Beast
    change in some underlying base. Delta is the primary greek. You've probably heard the term "delta ... market goes up or down, I lose money. This is in direct contrast to the kappa or gamma number, which ...

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    • Authors: Anson Glacy, Stephen Stone, Jeffrey J Lobo, Andrew S Chow
    • Date: Oct 1998
    • Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Annuities>Equity-indexed annuities; Finance & Investments
  • The FHLB Advance Window: A Compelling Opportunity?
    portfolios and are familiar with them. The primary business of the banks is to extend low-cost loans ... liquidity has increased in size. And you can see the direct result in the coverage ratio of a 0.2 increase ...

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    • Authors: Anson Glacy, Thomas Grondin, UNKNOWN H D Barkett
    • Date: May 2002
    • Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving>Innovative solutions
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Finance & Investments>Banking - Finance & Investments; Finance & Investments>Investments
  • New Frontiers in Assest/Liability Management
    SPDA context, the insurer really only has two primary levers to manage both risk and profitability ... with this. I really don't see this as being the primary objective function. A further extension of this ...

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    • Authors: Anson Glacy, Frederick W Jackson, Douglas A George
    • Date: Jan 1998
    • Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
    • Topics: Finance & Investments>Asset liability management