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  • Enhancing Actuarial Input at the Federal Level on Life Insurance Issues
    Enhancing Actuarial Input at the Federal Level on Life Insurance Issues From ... Retirement Income Security Act=ERISA;Globalization;Health care reform;Medicare;Medicare supplement;National Association ...

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    • Authors: Arnold Dicke, Ronald Gebhardtsbauer, A Hemphill, David Hippen, Robert E Wilcox, S Roy Woodall, Tom Wilder
    • Date: Jun 2000
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>External forces and business performance; Leadership>Influence
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Public Policy
  • Regulatory Debate [Part 1]: Universal Versus Whole Life
    the consumers and assuming the companies will take care of themselves. Regulation is supposed to be ... international theme and say, "Competition will take care of that to the extent that the consumers want it ...

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    • Authors: David Hippen, David Simbro, Michael Scott Smith, Elinor Friedman, Jeffrey M Dube
    • Date: Oct 2002
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Life Insurance>Universal life
  • Last Link in Product Development-State Form Filing
    up and try and fix the problem if we don't take care of ourselves. If the state regulators on a file-and-use ... you only have one customer (and you may have a primary customer), you cannot ignore the policyholders ...

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    • Authors: John A Hartnedy, David Hippen, Sandra K Meltzer, Ejaz Haroon, Karen J Allen, Application Administrator
    • Date: Jun 2000
    • Competency: Communication>Written communication; External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial methods in business operations; Relationship Management>Relationships and trust
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Qualifications; Actuarial Profession>Standards of practice; Enterprise Risk Management>Compliance; Life Insurance; Public Policy
  • Unfair Discrimination and Individual Health Policies
    Unfair ... Long-Term Care News May 2009 – Issue 23 24 | MAY 2009 | Long-Term Care News David ... Many Medicare Supplement (Med Supp) and long-term care (LTC) policies offer a discount for married couples ...

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    • Authors: David Hippen
    • Date: May 2009
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial theory in business context; Professional Values>Ethical standards
    • Publication Name: Long-Term Care News
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Best practices; Actuarial Profession>Code of Conduct; Long-term Care>Long-term care insurance
  • The Financial Reporter
    with such volatile profit streams has become a primary concern. A volatile stock market and stricter guid- ... #107, which will allow admission of certain health care receivable assets such as pharma- ceutical rebates ...

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    • Authors: Michael Eckman, Kenneth W Faig, David Hippen, Alastair G Longley-Cook, Thomas Nace, David Sandberg, Raymond Ted Schlude, Richard E Shaw, Jeyaraj Vadiveloo, Michael Sherrill
    • Date: Mar 2001
    • Publication Name: The Financial Reporter
  • ASOPs and Unfair Discrimination
    ASOPs and Unfair Discrimination Remarks on the pricing of joint LTC policies illustrate the need for an actuary's ... Article from: Long-Term Care News May 2009 – Issue 23 Long-Term Care News | MAY 2009 | ...

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    • Authors: David Hippen
    • Date: May 2009
    • Competency: Professional Values>Ethical standards; Professional Values>Practice expertise
    • Publication Name: Long-Term Care News
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Best practices; Actuarial Profession>Code of Conduct; Actuarial Profession>Standards of practice; Long-term Care>Long-term care insurance
  • Universal Life, No-Lapse, and the Law vs. Free Markets
    ture interest rate. Tradition seems to be the primary reason. When universal life first became popular ... provisions guarantee the death benefit even if the (primary) account value or cash value is zero (or negative) ...

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    • Authors: David Hippen
    • Date: Mar 2001
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: The Financial Reporter
    • Topics: Life Insurance>Universal life
  • The Financial Reporter
    business combination determination. Until now, the primary guidance for determining whether a business combination ... programmer and the actuary have to exercise due care in making sure that all of the individual pieces ...

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    • Authors: Robert Crompton, Arnold Dicke, Luke Girard, David Hippen, Kenneth LaSorella, Stephen Strommen, Darin Zimmerman
    • Date: Jun 2006
    • Publication Name: The Financial Reporter
  • Regulatory Debate [Part 2]: Changes to the Standard Nonforfeiture Law
    should be getting out of that contract. If you don't care about cash values when you buy it, you can buy ... solvency and who believe that they should take care of themselves. In the end, because nonforfeiture ...

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    • Authors: David Hippen, William J Schreiner, William John Cummings, Elinor Friedman
    • Date: Oct 2002
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Annuities>Fixed annuities
  • Product Matters! May 2006, Issue No. 65
    under- written for an employer-sponsored long-term care insurance (LTCI) program between March 1995 and ... status in the record. In one study of office-based care, the record accu- rately reported only about 20 ...

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    • Authors: Douglas Doll, David Hippen, Donna Claire, Elinor Friedman, Robert Stone, Tamara Burden, Thomas Ashley, Laura Vecchione
    • Date: May 2006
    • Publication Name: Product Matters!