Futurismorbit. _lat is Futurism? Let us go back to the primary question -- what is futurism? Futurism may be thought ... the action, whether directly or indirectly. The direct effects are usually easy to recognize, but secondary ...
Description: This panel discussion was about the concept of futurism and how it applies to actuaries in their profession. From the 1977 Record, Vol. 3, No. 4.Hide
- Authors: George R Dinney, Wilfred A Kraegel, Anna M Rappaport, Roy R Anderson
- Date: Oct 1977
- Competency: Strategic Insight and Integration
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Actuarial Profession
Life Insurance and Savings in the Economyand invites criminal penalties. Therefore, great care must be taken to prevent the sales pres- entation ... dividend addition of $20 per thousand provides a direct hedge against a steady in- flation of 2 percent ...
Description: Informal discussion of the role of life insurance in the national savings. Topics included: A. Life insurance company market share of the savings dollar. B. Impact of mutual fund investments on life insurance company sales. Types of marketing procedures used in the sale of life insurance in combination with mutual fund investments. C. Strategic desirability of variable life insurance policies as a means of recognizing the demand for equity investments. Statutory changes required before such policies can be marketed.Hide
- Authors: Norman F Buck, George R Dinney, Melvin L Gold, Billy N Joyner, David G Scott, W Keith Sloan, Robert C Tookey, Donald B Warren, JOHN H MILLER, Andrew C Webster, William J November, Edwin B. Lancaster, Garnett E Cannon, Henry F Rood, Joseph W Hahn, Wilmer A Jenkins, Harold R Lawson, A Edward Archibald, Charles H Barnaby, E Forrest Estes, Edward A Dougherty, George H Davis, Joseph R Pickering
- Date: Mar 1962
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>External forces and business performance; Strategic Insight and Integration
- Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
- Topics: Life Insurance>Marketing and distribution - Life Insurance