FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RELEASES DRAFT FRAMEWORK ON
AG 38, ULSG PRODUCTS
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Jan. 13, 2012) — The National
Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) released a Draft
Framework that outlines an approach for evaluating the reserves for a
category of life insurance products. The Joint Working Group
of the NAIC‘s Life Insurance and Annuities Committee and the Financial Condition
Committee was created to address the issues surrounding Actuarial
Guideline XXXVIII (AG 38) and statutory reserve requirements for insurers
offering universal life with secondary guarantee (ULSG) and term universal
life (UL) products.
The Joint Working Group released the Draft Framework for a public comment
period ending at the close of business on Monday, January 30, 2012.
In addition, the Joint Working Group has identified Issues to
be Addressed and The Sequence of Key Decisions,
which are attached to the Draft Framework as appendices.
“This framework, in addition to the process in general, reflects the
states‘ commitment to develop a uniform interpretation regarding existing
reserving requirements for ULSG and term UL products, while also considering
how reserves for these products should be set in the future,” said Eleanor
Kitzman, Texas Insurance Commissioner and Chair of the Joint Working Group.
Any comments regarding the Draft Framework or questions to be addressed to
the Joint Working Group should be submitted to NAIC staff, Dan Schelp
at email@example.com or (816)
783-8027 or Ryan Couch at firstname.lastname@example.org
or (816) 783-8421.
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Committee and the Financial Condition Committee.
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