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  • Writing Long-Term-Care In A Short-Term-World
    Writing Long-Term-Care In A Short-Term-World Panel session on the challenge that many insurers face ... face as they try to grow their long-term-care insurance business, while simultaneously ensuring analysts ...

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    • Authors: Michael S Abroe, Susan C Morisato, Julie A Burke, Paul Forte, Eric Berg
    • Date: Oct 2001
    • Competency: Communication; External Forces & Industry Knowledge>Internal forces and business performance; Professional Values>Ethical standards; Strategic Insight and Integration>Effective decision-making
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Enterprise Risk Management>Risk categories; Experience Studies & Data>Morbidity; Finance & Investments>Risk measurement - Finance & Investments; Financial Reporting & Accounting>Generally Accepted Accounting Principles [GAAP]; Long-term Care>Long-term care insurance
  • Reinsurance and Rating Agencies
    profit. For many years, mortality risk was the primary risk assumed by companies, followed by credit quality ... time to time. Even if coverage is available to primary companies, the price is often too high for many ...

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    • Authors: Diane Wallace, Application Administrator, Michael Albanese, Julie A Burke
    • Date: Oct 1993
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Reinsurance; Reinsurance>Financial reinsurance
  • Views on Major Multinationals
    you in a moment that we think there's actually a direct correlation between the quality of customer service ... more than two-thirds of mortality risk written by direct writers is being reinsured. That's being driven ...

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    • Authors: Thomas G MacKinnon, Hubert B Mueller, Julie A Burke, Rob Procter
    • Date: May 2002
    • Competency: Strategic Insight and Integration>Strategy development
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Finance & Investments>Embedded value; Global Perspectives>Multinational companies