- 8. The growth of interest-sensitive insurance products, such as universal life, spurred by a period of high inflation and historically high interest rates.
1984-1, NAIC Proc.
- 1981 - INFLATION AND GENERAL ECONOMIC DIRECTION, Society of Actuaries - 28p
- 1982 - THE EXPERIENCE OF LIVING UNDER SUSTAINED INFLATION, Society of Actuaries - 18p
- 1982 - INDIVIDUAL LIFE INSURANCE PRODUCT DESIGN UNDER CONDITIONS OF INFLATION, Society of Actuaries - 22p
- 1982 - INVESTMENT VEHICLES TO COPE WITH INFLATION, Society of Actuaries - 24p
- The question any large company must ask itself is not "Will we develop Adjustable Life?", but "How soon will we do it?"
- Conventional whole life has been a good product for a long time, but in an era of inflation, changing lifestyles, and advanced computer technology, I do not see how we can deny the appropriateness of Adjustable Life.
-- Alice Neenan
1983 - INDIVIDUAL LIFE INSURANCE, Society of Actuaries
- In short, I see a need in the 1980's for new products and new distribution systems, with more emphasis on the term element and almost complete investment participation by the policyholder.
-- JOHN E. TILLER
1980 - IMPACT OF THE 1980'S ON THE FINANCIAL POSITION OF STOCK COMPANIES, Society of Actuaries - 18p