Refine your search
1 - 10 of 19 results (0.44 seconds)
Sort By:
  • Financial Reporting Policy Issues
    investment yields may not now be satisfied. Now they direct investment dollars to inflation sensitive instruments ... losses" should be reported as an element of the primary financial statements. If this is done, perhaps ...

    View Description

    • Authors: Richard S Robertson, Virgil Wagner, John L. McDonough, A. Michael Frinquelli
    • Date: May 1981
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Financial Reporting & Accounting
  • Degree, Depth, and Frequency of Actuarial Reports to Company Management
    companies. Differences, where noted, must be interpreted care- fully. Nevertheless, the LOMA studies have, in ... the a',_- proaches have varied widely. The primary purpose of actuarial reporting to management seems ...

    View Description

    • Authors: Barton H Clennon, Wilfred A Kraegel, Robert A Lyle, John A Maurer, John W Paige, Richard S Robertson
    • Date: Mar 1975
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession; Financial Reporting & Accounting; Modeling & Statistical Methods
  • Is Everybody Happy? A Management Perspective
    associate satisfaction. Since my company is a direct-response company, our focus may be different from ... other companies. Our home office probably has more direct contact with our policy- holders than agency companies ...

    View Description

    • Authors: Regina V Rohner, Richard S Robertson, Robert E Schneider, Joseph M Rafson, Scott E Wright
    • Date: Oct 1995
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Management skills
  • Measurement of Financial Results
    line. • Lack of understanding and utilization of direct costing techniques. • Actuarial conflict of interest ... insurance to which value should be given. Group medical care claims, despite currently variable gains and losses ...

    View Description

    • Authors: Donald D Cody, Richard S Robertson, Robert Shapiro, Harry D. Garber
    • Date: May 1977
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Financial Reporting & Accounting>Generally Accepted Accounting Principles [GAAP]; Financial Reporting & Accounting>Statutory accounting
  • The Future Outlook For Stock Company Profitability And Mutual Company Surplus Position
    might be able to support the policyholders of the primary ccrmpany. Nevertheless, it appears that the mutual ... expected claims on disability income and medical care coverages are insignificant relative to other risks ...

    View Description

    • Authors: Donald D Cody, Dale Hagstrom, Richard S Robertson
    • Date: Apr 1982
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Financial Reporting & Accounting>Statutory accounting
  • Academy Council on Professionalism
    ROBERTSON: She's a life actuary. Life actuaries don't care if there's an ice storm on Christmas. That doesn't ... attention. To conclude, I would emphasize that the primary focus of peer review is the positive goal of producing ...

    View Description

    • Authors: A Norman Crowder, Kenneth W Hartwell, Robert Likins, Richard S Robertson, Charles Barry H. Watson
    • Date: Oct 1995
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Professional Values
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Code of Conduct; Actuarial Profession>Qualifications; Actuarial Profession>Standards of practice
  • Effect of Taxation in the 1980's
    there may be a required capitalization of some direct acquisi- tion expenses should they exceed 100% ... failing to qualify as life companies. Would you care to expand on the sig- nificance of that? MR. ABBOT: ...

    View Description

    • Authors: Quincy S Abbot, Richard S Robertson, Louis Weisz
    • Date: Apr 1980
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Life Insurance>Pricing - Life Insurance; Public Policy
  • Balancing Products
    an example would be hospital income and long-term care products can provide balancing potential. It's ... insurance and annuities. Now, it may be that our primary motivation here, in most cases, is to recover commissions ...

    View Description

    • Authors: Paul-Andre Brisson, Harry R Miller, Robert Riegel, Richard S Robertson
    • Date: Oct 1990
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Finance & Investments>Asset liability management
  • Individual Life Products
    interest rates, salary scales, expenses, and health care costs. Economic conditions also have an impact on ... withdrawal from employment, dis- ability, and health care costs. Mortality is the only variable that is substantially ...

    View Description

    • Authors: Robert M Astley, Nicholas Bauer, Jay Jaffe, Anna M Rappaport, Richard S Robertson
    • Date: Apr 1976
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Professional Values>Ethical standards
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Code of Conduct; Life Insurance
  • Current Topics Affecting Financial Reporting Actuaries
    involve how employers account for pensions or health care costs certainly have relevance in the financial ... MR. ROBERTSON: I agree with you entirely. The primary responsibility that you have, or I have, or any ...

    View Description

    • Authors: J Duran, Donna Claire, Douglas C Kolsrud, Richard S Robertson
    • Date: May 1995
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Actuarial Profession>Code of Conduct; Actuarial Profession>Professional development; Financial Reporting & Accounting