Health Insurer Balance Sheets 10 Years After ACAevolved since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law in March 2010. The ... the past 10 years. Their emergence follows three primary trends: (1) balance sheet items tend to be larger ...
Description: Health insurance company assets and liabilities have evolved since the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) was signed into law in March 2010. The ACA fundamentally rearranged how commercial health insurance is funded by integrating federal premium subsidies and pass-throughs together with a marketplace interwoven with transfer payments among stakeholders. The impacts of these programs can be seen in specific accounting items on the balance sheets of health insurance companies over the past 10 years. Their emergence follows three primary trends: (1) balance sheet items tend to be larger and take longer to settle, (2) there are more interactions among items, and (3) the final settlement amounts are more uncertain.Hide
- Authors: Scott O'Neil Jones, Samuel Jay Shellabarger
- Date: Jun 2020
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Strategic Insight and Integration
- Publication Name: Health Watch
- Topics: Financial Reporting & Accounting; Financial Reporting & Accounting>Statutory accounting; Health & Disability; Health & Disability>Affordable Care Act (ACA)
Session 114: Integrated FP&A Projections and “What-if” AnalysisUNDERSTANDING THAT EACH INVESTOR WILL, WITH DUE CARE, MAKE ITS OWN STUDY AND EVALUATION OF EACH SECURITY ... licensors and suppliers disclaim liability for any direct or compensatory losses or damages caused to any ...
Description: Baseline and "what if"/stressed projections of cash flows, financial statements and capital requirements are critical inputs for a range of business purposes: forecasts, risk management, liquidity management, strategic decision making, etc. Forward-looking projections have historically been inefficient and were performed in silos, making it difficult to scale the process as CFOs and CROs ask for more. The presenters discuss challenges of the forecast process and opportunities to meet desired future capabilities. They will also discuss "what if" analysis and ways to support production of forward-looking projections for "what if" analysis in an efficient way.Hide
- Authors: Alexandre Lemieux, Youyou Tao, Jordan Edwards
- Date: Feb 2020
- Competency: Strategic Insight and Integration
- Topics: Enterprise Risk Management; Enterprise Risk Management>Risk appetite; Financial Reporting & Accounting; Financial Reporting & Accounting>Generally Accepted Accounting Principles [GAAP]
U.S. and Canadian Demutualizations - Postmortemif you are thinking about coming public, your primary perspective is to figure out how to win over investors ... protection segment including life insurance and long-term-care products · A retail asset gathering segment which ...
Description: From a session at the annual meeting of the Society of Actuaries held in Chicago, Illinois, October 15-18, 2000 Panelists discuss the changes these companies were making, the experience so far as a public company, and how investors are viewing them.Hide
- Authors: Earl Martin, Barry L Shemin, Robert W Wilson, William J Wheeler, Caitlin F Long
- Date: Oct 2000
- Competency: Communication>Difficult message delivery; External Forces & Industry Knowledge>External forces and business performance; Strategic Insight and Integration
- Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
- Topics: Finance & Investments; Financial Reporting & Accounting
IFRS 17: How May Future KPIs Look Like?IFRS 17: How May Future KPIs Look Like? Key performance indicators (KPIs) are essential in ... follow federal law. The Sherman Act, is the primary U.S. antitrust law pertaining to association activities ...
Description: Key performance indicators (KPIs) are essential in order to monitor and communicate a life insurance companies’ financial results, and effectively manage the business. This presentation will illustrate how the currently used KPIs may develop and evolve with the adoption and implementation of IFRS 17. Will the IFRS 17 insurance revenue be an appropriate measure for growth? Will the profitability and new business value measures be different? The panelists will discuss the implications of IFRS 17 on the existing KPIs and the possible changes that may lay aheadHide
- Authors: Dan Kim, Ralph M Ovsec, Thorsten Wagner
- Date: Aug 2020
- Competency: Strategic Insight and Integration
- Topics: Financial Reporting & Accounting; Financial Reporting & Accounting>Financial Accounting Standards Board [FASB]; Financial Reporting & Accounting>International Financial Reporting Standards [IFRS]
Mergers and Acquisitionsadjustment process might you have to use to take care of things like interest rate changes between signing ... will be carved out. The seller will say we’ll take care of litigation with John Doe and his family. Mergers ...
Description: From a session at the 2000 Valuation Actuary Symposium held in Washington DC, September 14-15, 2000 Panelists use recent transactions and examples to demonstrate various operational, financial reporting and strategic aspects of insurance company mergers.Hide
- Authors: Mark Davis, Kevin D Mackay, Joseph M Rafson
- Date: Sep 2000
- Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Actuarial methods in business operations; Strategic Insight and Integration
- Topics: Enterprise Risk Management>Compliance; Finance & Investments; Financial Reporting & Accounting
Volatility From FASB Changes to Traditional Liabilities (Part 2)Volatility From FASB Changes to Traditional Liabilities (Part 2) Discussion of potential volatility ... third article in this series, I will discuss the direct impact of discount rate changes on the reserves ...
Description: Discussion of potential volatility to non-participating long-duration traditional contract reserves under US GAAP targeted improvements to accounting for long-duration insurance contracts. Discusses the impact of revising assumptions as well as interaction of revising assumptions with changes to discount rates.Hide
- Authors: Leonard Reback
- Date: Jun 2019
- Competency: Strategic Insight and Integration; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
- Topics: Financial Reporting & Accounting