Financial Intelligence Team
The first core principle is that a (re)insurance contract should be recognized as a contract when the entity becomes a party to it. The contract is deemed to have expired when its underlying obligations have expired. Any allowance for options (e.g., paying future premiums, increased cover) under a particular contract should only be taken into account if it increases the best estimate of the liability. The second core principle is that future premiums as well as corresponding benefit payments and expenses which relate to an option or a guarantee can only be considered if their inclusion increases the best estimate of the underlying liability.
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