U.S. Insurers’ Derivative Exposure Increased 9% in 2018

by Jean-Baptiste Carelus of the NAIC

"In this special report, U.S. insurer derivative exposures are represented by the notional value, which is the nominal or face amount of a financial instrument that is used to calculate payments made on that instrument. Notional values are not indicators of true economic exposure, but they serve as a more consistent indicator of market activity and scale than the book/adjusted carrying value (BACV) or the fair value (FV), both of which can be affected by factors such as market prices and accounting treatment."

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U.S. Insurers’ Derivative Exposure Increased 9% in 2018

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