Actuarial Analysis


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Actuarial Analysis

An evaluation of the risk of loss to an investment done by an actuary. Actuaries use a variety of statistical models and other mathematical methods to conduct actuarial analysis. See also: Actuarial risk.
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Comparison of relevant external information to a self-insured company's own claims experience may also be useful, even if it is not used directly in the actuarial analysis.
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Tuttle said the new accounting procedures are part of a City Charter change requiring his office to do an actuarial analysis of the city's liability.
An actuarial analysis prepared for FHCA by Aon Worldwide Actuarial Solutions, Columbia, Md.
They will provide actuarial analysis and data management as consultants to providers.
I would prefer social security reforms that maintain the link between dedicated taxes and benefits and maintain the value of long-range actuarial analysis.
In addition, the actuarial analysis concluded that the proposed changes will contribute to a total program cost, past and future, that will exceed $50B.
The actuarial analysis uses the general methodology and many of the assumptions employed by HCFA and SSA actuaries.
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The three initiatives announced today will be tracked and measured using a range of evaluation methods, such as surveys, participant interviews and the actuarial analysis based on the new Priority Investment Approach data system.
The specialty practice will utilize Guy Carpenter's account team to add actuarial analysis and business intelligence advisement to the client's modeling and data analysis.