Individual Insurance Applications of Actuarial Principles
MET AT 751
This course covers the application of basic actuarial principles to individual life and annuity financial security systems. Material covered will include the purpose of these systems, the development of financial security products, risk classification, actuarial pricing assumptions, the calculation of product cash flows, the purpose of reserves and different reserve methods. Taxation, required capital, profit measurement, and reinsurance considerations will also be studied.
FALL 2016 Schedule
|C1||Horwitz||FLR 133||W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm|