CALCULATION OF LIFE INSURANCE PREMIUM RESERVES BY GROSS PREMIUM VALUATION (GPV) METHOD

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Mental and generic premium companies must meet the financial health requirements contained in the Financial Services Authority Regulation No. 71 of 2016, namely the level of sovability, technical reserves, adequacy of investments, equity, guarantee funds, and other provisions that are herbi financial health. The Gross Premium Valuation (GPV) method is an error in one way of calculating premium reserves. The purpose of this study is to provide information on the procedure for calculating the reserve contribution of life insurance contributions using the Gross Premium Valuation (GPV) method using the Indonesian Mortalita Table and the Company Modification Mortalita Table. From these outputs, it is obtained that the more ideal coverage contribution reserves are insurance reserves that use the company’s modified mortalita table.WHATAuthorBIBTEXHarvardStandardRISVancouver

CALCULATION OF LIFE INSURANCE PREMIUM RESERVES WITH GROSS PREMIUM VALUATION (GPV)

Abstract = “Mental premium companies are also generally obliged to meet the financial health requirements that still exist in the Financial Services Authority Regulation No. 71 of 2016, namely the level of sovability, technical reserves, adequacy of investments, equity, security funds, and other provisions that are herbi financial health. The Gross Premium Valuation (GPV) method is one way of calculating insurance reserves. The purpose of this study is to provide information on the procedure for calculating the reserve contribution of life premium coverage with the Gross Premium Valuation (GPV) method using the Indonesian Mortalita Table and the Company Modification Mortalita Table. From these outputs, it was obtained that a more ideal liability contribution reserve is a liability contribution reserve that uses the company’s modified mortalita table.”

 

T1- CALCULATION OF LIFE INSURANCE PREMIUM RESERVES WITH GROSS PREMIUM VALUATION (GPV) METHOD

N2- Life insurance contribution companies are also generally obliged to meet the financial health requirements that still exist in the Financial Services Authority Regulation No. 71 of 2016, namely the level of sovability, technical reserves, investment adequacy, equity, security funds, and other provisions that are herbi financial health. The Gross Premium Valuation (GPV) method is one way of calculating premium reserves. The purpose of this study is to put information on the procedure for calculating the reserves of life premium coverage dues using the Gross Premium Valuation (GPV) method using the Mortalita Indonesia Table & The Company’s Modified Mortalita Table. From the results, it was obtained that a more ideal coverage contribution reserve is a liability contribution reserve that uses the company’s modification mortality table.

AB- Life insurance contribution companies are also generic must meet the requirements of the level of financial health contained in the Financial Services Authority Regulation No. 71 of 2016, namely the level of sovability, technical reserves, investment adequacy, equity, collateral funds, and other provisions related to financial health. The Gross Premium Valuation (GPV) method is an error in one way of calculating insurance reserves. The purpose of this study is to put information on the mechanism of calculating life insurance premium reserves with the Gross Premium Valuation (GPV) method using the Indonesian Mortalita Table and the Company Modification Mortalita Table. From the results, it was obtained that a more ideal insurance reserve is a reserve of coverage dues that uses the company’s modified mortalita table.

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