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Accounting & Reporting
Accountants, members of the insurance industry and educators will find relevant information about statutory accounting practices and procedures.
Consumers, educators and members of the insurance industry will find important answers to common questions about auto, home, health and life insurance in our many consumer guides.
Accountants, financial analysts, lawyers and others will find these resource materials helpful. They include handbooks, compliance guides and reports on financial analysis, state audit requirements and receiverships.
State laws, regulations and guidelines apply to members of the legal and insurance industries.
Insurance industry members will find directories, newsletters and reports affecting NAIC members.
Accountants, educators, financial analysts, members of the insurance industry, lawyers and statisticians will find relevant products on a variety of special topics.
Insurance industry data directed at regulators, educators, financial analysts, insurance industry members, lawyers and statisticians.
Accountants, educators, financial analysts, insurers, lawyers and statisticians will find guidelines, handbooks, surveys and NAIC positions on a wide variety of issues.
Securities Valuation Office
The primary publication of the SVO is the Valuations of Securities, which lists portfolio values for all insurers. The full analytical valuation cycle is completed by December 31. In addition, each security in the database is reviewed and valued as it is acquired and reported by an insurer.
Accountants, members of the insurance industry and educators will find relevant information on a variety of insurance topics.