Regulatory Expectations from Asset Adequacy Analysisadequacy standards. The insurance department's primary regulatory focus is the industry domiciled in ... reliance. If I 'm an actuary for a company and I direct a subordinate to do a certain set of calculations ...
Description: This session from the 1994 Valuation Actuary Symposium discusses expectations from asset adequacy analysis including the process of financial condition examination by regulatory authorities, asset cash flows particularly related to mortgages, reliance on investment professionals and recent developments at the NAIC level.Hide
- Authors: J Duran, John F Gies, Larry M Gorski, Mark D Peavy
- Date: Jan 1994
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Topics: Finance & Investments>Investments; Modeling & Statistical Methods; Public Policy
Stump the Investment ExpertsStump the Investment Experts 1994 SOA Spring Meeting, San Francisco. In this interactive presentation, ... They were willing to come out to the house and take care of filling out the forms right there on the spot ...
Description: 1994 SOA Spring Meeting, San Francisco. In this interactive presentation, the panel fielded investment questions from the audience. Prepared and audience questions included: 1. What is the FLUX measure? What's it supposed to do for regulators and insurance companies? 2. What sort of things really went on that caused the difficulties at Executive Life, First Capital, and Mutual Benefit? 3. What are some examples of hedges that you would recommend for a $100 million SPDA portfolio to try and combat the effects of rising interest rates? 4. Given the changes that experienced in interest rates, what's that been doing to the durations of typical interest-sensitive liabilities? 5. What do you do to hedge with derivatives or whatever if interest rates are going down? 6. What level of asset-liability matching do companies usually target? How do regulators view this?Hide
- Authors: Joseph J Buff, Dennis Carr, Joseph E Crowne, Larry M Gorski, Michael J Millette
- Date: May 1994
- Competency: Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Finance & Investments>Investments