New Mortality Tablethe mortality used to determine the rates for direct business. The reinsurance companies have circumvented ... more desirable than any attempt at direct control of rates. Direct control does not exist currently to ...
Description: This article is part of the Digest of Informal Discussion, which took place at the 1957 Society of Actuaries Eastern Spring Meeting, held March 21-22 in New York City. The article identifies the participants and summarizes each person’s comments. The participants discuss adoption of a new mortality table and the need for deficiency reserves, the impact of new tables on participating and nonparticipating companies, and dividend patterns, whether new tables should be expected to remain an appropriate standard for an extended period, and the question of changing reserve and nonforfeiture interest rates. From Transactions of Society of Actuaries 1957 Volume 9, Number 24.Hide
- Authors: Society of Actuaries
- Date: May 1957
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
- Topics: Experience Studies & Data>Mortality; Life Insurance>Reserves - Life Insurance