New Valuation Mortality Tables for Individual Life InsuranceLeckie, who studied the report with considerable care and helped us to clarify our own thinking by raising ... considered but was rejected for several reasons, a primary one being the added complexity that would be involved ...
Description: This 1979 session is about the New Valuation Mortality Tables for Individual Life Insurance. Topics included: I. The Recommendation of Sex-distinct Tables 2. The Development of Basic Tables - Data Selection, Construction, Graduation 3. Margins and the Development of Loaded Tables 4. Implications for the IndustryHide
- Authors: Joseph C Sibigtroth, C David Silletto, Charles A. Ormsby, William K. Nicol
- Date: Oct 1979
- Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Life Insurance>Reserves - Life Insurance; Public Policy
Individual Underwritingand amount for the proper type of prospects. Care must be taken that underwriting for persistency ... benefits exceed, or too closely approach, costs of care incentives to economize are removed and often lead ...
Description: This is a discussion about underwriting standards for life and health insurance. From Transactions of Society of Actuaries 1964, Vol. 16 Pt. 2Hide
- Authors: Albert A Bingham, Norman F Buck, Frank H David, Karl M Davies, Fred DeBartolo, William A Feeney, Richard H Fitzpatrick, Ardian Gill, Myles Gray, George L Hogeman, W Allan Keltie, Richard H Morse, John S Moyse, Joseph C Sibigtroth, John M Sutherland, Edward A. Lew, Alton P Morton, Charles A. Ormsby, Eduard H Minor, Barton S Pauley, Donald J Van Keuren, Maruice E Comfort, George W Chalmers, Willard A Thompson, Jack A Rowland
- Date: Jan 1964
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
- Topics: Health & Disability; Life Insurance