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CA-2.1.10

The mathematical reservesG are defined as the provision made by an insurer to cover liabilities (excluding liabilities which have fallen due) arising under or in connection with long-term insurance businessG . The mathematical reserves basis calculationG for:

(a) Traditional long-term insurance businessG must be either 2% of mathematical reservesG before deduction for reinsurance cessions or 4% of mathematical reservesG after deduction for reinsurance cessions whichever produces the higher result;
(b) The mathematical reservesG basis calculation for linked long-term insurance businessG where the company bears an investment risk must be as in Subparagraph CA-2.1.10 (a); and
(c) The mathematical reservesG basis calculation for linked long-term insurance businessG where the company bears no investment risk must be either 0.5% of mathematical reservesG before deduction for reinsurance cessions or 1% of mathematical reservesG after deduction for reinsurance cessions whichever produces the higher result.

No negative value can be used as the mathematical reserveG under any policy.

Amended: January 2007
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