Demutualizationthem. 2. Stock ownership provides easier, more direct, and more substantial access to the public equity ... half of all the surplus remaining after you take care of the dividend prospects in the closed branch.
Description: Presented at April 1985 Spring Meeting. This session discussed: Pros and cons of demutualizing, legal and regulatory perspective, current demutualization developments, actuarial considerations of how much, in what proportions, and to whom, structuring the demutualization, and implications of a public offering.Hide
- Authors: Ira Friedman, David H Jungk, James H MacNaughton, Application Administrator, Walter Shur
- Date: Apr 1985
- Competency: Strategic Insight and Integration; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Finance & Investments; Public Policy
Report of the Task Force on Mutual Life Insurance Company ConversionInterests and Expectations of Interested Parties The primary interest of the company is its long-term growth ... actuarial principles and the laws might place primary emphasis on the protection of the future expectations ...
Description: This Report presents the results of a three-year study on Demutualization by a Task Force of the Society of Actuaries. From Transactions of Society of Actuaries 1987, Vol. 39.Hide
- Authors: Michael H Berkowitz, Michael Cowell, John H Elken, Charles Greeley, Curtis E Huntington, Robin B Leckie, Robert D Lowden, Application Administrator, James Murphy, Henry Ramsey, Lewis P Roth, Robert Shapiro, Walter Shur, Edward J Slaby, James A Tilley, James L Wertheimer, Harry D. Garber, steve smith
- Date: Oct 1987
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
- Publication Name: Transactions of the SOA
- Topics: Financial Reporting & Accounting; Public Policy