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News for Monday, May 21, 2018
Read the latest issue of This Week—the Academy's end-of-week digital newsletter, compiling a week’s worth of news, updates, and media coverage in one convenient, easy-to-use publication. (May 18, 2018)
Read the latest issue of This Week—the Academy's end-of-week digital newsletter, compiling a week’s worth of news, updates, and media coverage in one convenient, easy-to-use publication. (May 11, 2018)
Past Academy President Mary D. Miller submitted a letter from the Academy to the NAIC responding to an exposure draft that the Casualty Actuarial and Statistical Task Force has issued containing potential changes to the P/C Statement of Actuarial Opinion Instructions to address the CASTF’s “Attestation” charge. (May 11, 2018)
The May HealthCheck reports on the April teleconference held by members of the Individual and Small Group Markets Committee and the Employee Benefits Committee with the Congressional Budget Office to discuss group health insurance pricing. Also covered, several actions by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services; the federal government’s notice of appeal of a court ruling related to the Health Insurance Providers Fee; and other legislative, judicial, and regulatory updates. (May 09, 2018)
Read the latest issue of This Week—the Academy's end-of-week digital newsletter, compiling a week’s worth of news, updates, and media coverage in one convenient, easy-to-use publication. (May 04, 2018)
In the May/June issue of Contingencies, the cover story, “Life After the Bull Market,” explores what might happen when the roaring market for U.S. equities, currently in its ninth year, comes to an end. Other features include “The Long Run,” which looks at how the pension world has begun to respond to the Multiemployer Pension Reform Act of 2014, and “Too Big to Curtail?” which looks at two of today’s most popular investment vehicles and what might happen when these trendy asset classes fall out of favor. Also in this issue: an “International Corner” piece on the health care systems and outcomes of Asian and Pacific nations; a commentary column on ethical and professional dilemmas and how to reconcile them; and how to stay current with new and revised actuarial standards of practice. (May 01, 2018)
The April Actuarial Update covers the nomination of D. Joeff Williams, vice president of professionalism, to be the Academy’s next president-elect. Also in this issue: political analyst Charlie Cook will be a keynote speaker at the Academy’s Annual Meeting and Public Policy Forum in November; nominations are open for the Academy’s annual service awards; the Academy hosted a lifetime income briefing on Capitol Hill and testified before Congress on multiemployer pension plans; coverage of the Enrolled Actuaries Meeting; and the “Professionalism Counts” column looks at the differences between continuing education and continuing professional development requirements. (April 30, 2018)
Read the latest issue of This Week—the Academy's end-of-week digital newsletter, compiling a week’s worth of news, updates, and media coverage in one convenient, easy-to-use publication. (April 27, 2018)
The Committee on Property and Liability Financial Reporting released a practice note on retained P/C insurance-related risk. (April 24, 2018)