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Old 11-11-2017, 07:31 PM
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Question C3 RBC Health-Only Company

I've searched, can't find an exemption for filing Risk-Based Capital C-3 Component, Appointed Actuary Assumption Statement for a health-only company. It doesn't seem universally applicable to health (but I won't claim a lot of experience). Would appointed actuaries for companies with LTC or LTD need to provide this?
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