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State solvency regulation of property-casualty and life insurance companies

United States. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.

State solvency regulation of property-casualty and life insurance companies

a commission report.

by United States. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.

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Published by Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Insurance, Property -- Law and legislation -- United States -- States,
    • Insurance, Casualty -- Law and legislation -- United States -- States,
    • Insurance, Life -- Law and legislation -- United States -- States,
    • Insurance -- United States -- State supervision

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsMcCray, Sandra B.
      LC ClassificationsKF1190 .A87 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 130 p. ;
      Number of Pages130
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1513774M
      LC Control Number93197686

        Martin F. Grace is professor of risk management and insurance at the Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University and associate director of the Center for Risk Management and Insurance Research. A former president of the Risk Theory Society, he has published widely on the efficiency of insurance firms, insurance taxation, optimal regulation of Pages:

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either solvency regulation or market regulation to meet these two objectives. State insurance regulatory systems are accessible and accountable to the public and sensitive to local social and economic conditions. State regulation has proven that it effectively protects consumers and ensures that promises made by insurers are kept.

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Enforcement of laws regarding reserve requirements to ensure solvency is needed in the insurance business, and that enforcement properly belongs in the hands of the state. Rules governing timely response to claims and the use of clear language in insurance contracts are also legitimate government functions that benefit consumers.

Important developments in insurance regulatory policies and practices at an international level, including Solvency II, as well as the recent financial crisis, have caused U.S.

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Pottier, Steven W.,State Insurance Regulation of Life Insurers: Implications f or Economic Efficiency and Financ ial Strength, report to the ACLI, University of Georgia. More insurance trends and insights. Explore Deloitte’s Insurance Outlook for insight on why insurers’ success depends on the ability to integrate technology, talent, and business-model innovation into legacy environments.; Understand how new insurance technology and regulatory technology are enabling transformative shifts in insurance compliance in our insurance.

In this presentation given at the 14th Annual China Actuarial Conference, he reviews current U.S. regulatory approach to solvency assessment of property/casualty insurance companies; Solvency.

Regulatory Solvency Assessment of Property/Casualty Insurance Companies in the United States • Current US regulatory approach to solvency assessment of property/casualty insurance companies • Solvency Modernization Initiative • Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (“ORSA”) 2 An important regulatory shift is underway towards greater emphasis.

Solvency regulation in the property/casualty insurance industry. by Patricia Munch Cross section analysis is used to estimate the effect of regulations on the number of companies operating in a state and the frequency of insolvencies.

The value of solvency regulation to consumers thus depends on whether the net value of firms that are Cited by: 7. This statistic shows the solvency of property-casualty insurance companies in France from to Inthe solvency of property-casualty French insurers was percent; This solvency.

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State regulation of insurance companies affects numerous aspects of their formation and operations, ranging from capital and surplus requirements to investment and marketing practices.

State laws require the reporting of financial data and payment of premium taxes, and specifically prohibit a number of unfair or deceptive practices.

Under the current state insurance regulation scheme, state legislatures pass insurance laws that form the basis for insurance regulation. Common forms of insurance regulatory laws are listed in Table "Common Types of Insurance Regulatory Laws".

To ensure the smooth operation of insurance markets and the solvency of insurers, insurance laws. Solvency regulation in the property-liability insurance industry: empirical evidence Patricia Munch and Dennis E.

Smallwood This article reports empirical evidence concerning the effects of solvency regulation on the number of companies andfrequency of insolvencies.

Minimum. Solvency Regulation in the Insurance Industry E(Q = E(Cj) = Ec for all i,j, (3) Var(Q) = Var(C,). The Office of Property and Casualty on behalf of the Commissioner of the Department of Banking and Insurance is responsible for the review of such transactions pursuant to N.J.S.A.

and B and N.J.A.C. et seq., the. Virginia insurance laws are enacted by the General Assembly. Most Virginia insurance laws are found in Title of the Code of Virginia.

Related Laws - A list of other frequently referenced statutes are noted on our related laws page. You may place an order for Insurance and Related Laws of Virginia from the Lexis online store. Statutory Accounting Principles are designed to assist state insurance departments in the regulation of the solvency of insurance companies.

The ultimate objective of solvency regulation is to ensure that policyholder, contract holder and other legal obligations are met when they come due and that companies maintain capital and surplus at all. The Risk Based Capital Formula was developed as an additional tool to assist regulators in the financial analysis of insurance companies.

The purpose of the formula is to establish a minimum capital requirement based on the types of risks to which a company is exposed. Separate RBC models have been developed for each of the primary insurance. ACIR, State Solvency Regulation of Property-Casualty and Life Insurance Companies (Washington: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations) ().

Production Frontiers and Panel Data Article. Market Share Reports for Property/Casualty Groups and Companies by State and Countrywide. are intended to make property/casualty (P/C) market share information more readily available.

Direct Written Premiums are taken from the “Exhibit of Premiums and Losses” (page 19– Statutory page 14) in the NAIC P/C annual statement.

Chapter 8 Insurance Markets and Regulation. The insurance industry, in fact, is one of the largest global financial industries, helping to propel the global economy. “Inworld insurance premium volume, for [property/casualty and life/health] combined, totaled $ trillion, up percent from $ trillion in ,” according to international reinsurer Swiss Re.

E-mail Matthew Lakatos in the Office of Solvency Regulation for information concerning capital and surplus requirements for Health and Life companies.

To access the Department’s Admissions and Uniform Certificate of Authority Application Forms section, where you will find a copy of the General Eligibility Worksheet, and other state specific. Insurance Company Solvency Regulation.

2 Overview HOMEOWNERS CHOICE PROPERTY & CASUALTY INS CO 5/10/ Homeowners 15 million *MODERN USA INSURANCE COMPANY 5/31/ Mobilehome 14 million insurance companies.

To date, Florida domiciled companies have not had significant. Insurance in the United States refers to the market for risk in the United States, the world's largest insurance market by premium volume. Of the $ trillion of gross premiums written worldwide in$ trillion (27%) were written in the United States.

Insurance, generally, is a contract in which the insurer agrees to compensate or indemnify another party (the insured, the. A Student‘s Guide to the New York insurance Law: Article Property/Casualty Insurance Rates. __ The insurance law has just “growed up” like Topsy by a series of amendments.

Each Superintendent found something that ting and he pit in an amendment and stuck in a sentence here and Size: 1MB. Review companies that sell policies in Kansas to ensure solvency and compliance with insurance and securities laws and regulations.

Educate: Consumers about all things insurance and securities by publishing brochures and rate guides to assist in the shopping process, giving presentations to groups across Kansas and serving as a non-biased. Why insurance should be regulated.

The economic foundation for regulation is based on the presence of market failures. Footnote 4 These market failures are judged against the social welfare maximising conditions for perfect competition. Perfect competition requires numerous buyers and sellers in a market, the lack of barriers to entry and exit, perfect Cited by: The approach of the Federal Reserve in regulating insurance holding companies is derived from its overall statutory responsibilities for financial regulation as those have evolved over the years, most recently through the changes made by the Dodd-Frank Act.

The Financial Modeling of Property-Casualty Insurance Companies (Authors) DouglasM. Hades is a Vice President and Corporate Actuary with the Liberty Mutual Insurance Company in Boston, Massachusetts. He oversees the Corporate Actuarial and Corporate ResearchCited by: the future of insurance regulation 5 4/22/09 PM Page 5 last few years a number of researchers have attempted to document the costs ofFile Size: 78KB.

The financial crisis of generated sizeable losses in the financial sector around the world. Because regulators are used for predicting insurers’ financial strength in order to detect financially distressed firms as early as possible, we question how reliably regulators can forecast financial strength, especially during a financial crisis.

We use the company-level data Cited by: 8. dispute resolution matters involving property, casualty, life and annuity products, including – Resolutions process for insurance companies is governed by state (insurance) law.

Initiative The NAIC Solvency Modernization Initiative is a critical self-examination process aimed at updating the US insurance solvency regulation. financial managers have to be made in an environment of strict control by state insurance regulation.

The U.S. Supreme Court has held that insurance is "affected with a public interest" and thus is subject to government regulation. This regulation in general is left to the individual states rather than the federal government.

State. Insurance Regulatory Law has chronicled the creeping encroachment of federal regulatory law into the traditionally state-based insurance regulatory system (see, for example: here, here and here).However, ORSA is a signal of another increasing trend in U.S.

insurance regulation: globalization. ORSA is one of the Insurance Core Principles set by the International .Regulation of Variable Life Insurance (31 Pa. Code Ch. ,) Standards of Suitability An insurer seeking approval to enter into the variable life insurance business must establish, maintain and file with the Commissioner a written statement specifying the standards of suitability to be used by the insurer.

The early s experience in life insurance (and some late s failures of property/casualty insurers) led to significant enhancements in state solvency regulation, including the development by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) of risk-based capital requirements and an accreditation system for solvency regulation in.