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Batons and Bullets: Protocol for insurance 'battles' developing

Yes, we usually use the word 'battle' metaphorically. Not today.

The new look of state insurance department investigators? (AP PHOTO/ Shakh Aivazov)
The new look of state insurance department investigators? (AP PHOTO/ Shakh Aivazov)

Some state insurance department staff may wear pocket protectors. Others, bullet proof vests. Insurance department staff investigators clearly have a perilous job at times.  

We are not talking about actuaries breaking their pencil points over the application of Actuarial Guideline 38, principles-based reserving (PBR) implementation equations or long hours in grey-green light puzzling over reserves that have fled domiciled state balance sheets for captive insurance companies in other jurisdictions. 

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