Tuesday, May 28, 2019
3:30 pm ET/2:30 pm CT
2019 Spring National Meeting
Monday, April 8, 2019
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
JW Marriott Orlando–Palazzo Ballroom Salons D & E–Lobby Level
There are no exposure drafts at this time.
Revisions to Actuarial Guideline XXXVIII (AG 38) as adopted by the Life Insurance and Annuities (A) Committee and Financial Condition (E) Committee on September 6, 2012.
Risk Management and Own Risk and Solvency Assessment Model Act as adopted by the Financial Condition (E) Committee on September 6, 2012.
E Committee Technical Changes
(Adopted by Plenary Process)
June 4, 2009 State Government Representative Webinar: NAIC Solvency Activities Review
The mission of the Financial Condition (E) Committee is to be the central forum and coordinator of solvency-related considerations of the NAIC relating to accounting practices and procedures; blanks; valuation of securities; financial analysis and solvency; multistate examinations and examiner training; and issues concerning insurer insolvencies and insolvency guarantees. In addition, the Committee interacts with the technical task forces.
The Financial Condition (E) Committee will:
Monitor all of the changes to the annual/quarterly financial statement blanks and instructions, risk-based capital (RBC) formulas, Financial Condition Examiners Handbook, Accounting Practices and Procedures Manual (AP&P Manual), Financial Analysis Handbook, Purposes and Procedures Manual of the NAIC Investment Analysis Office (P&P Manual), NAIC model laws, NAIC accreditation standards, and other NAIC publications.
Appoint and oversee the activities of the following: Accounting Practices and Procedures (E) Task Force; Capital Adequacy (E) Task Force; Examination Oversight (E) Task Force; Long-Term Care Insurance (B/E) Task Force; Receivership and Insolvency (E) Task Force; Reinsurance (E) Task Force; Risk Retention Group (E) Task Force; and Valuation of Securities (E) Task Force.
Recommend salary rate adjustments for examiners.
Oversee a process to address financial issues that may compromise the consistency and uniformity of the U.S. solvency framework, referring valuation and other issues to the appropriate committees as needed.
Use the Risk-Focused Surveillance (E) Working Group to address specific industry concerns regarding regulatory redundancy and review any issues industry subsequently escalates to the Committee.