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Old 02-08-2019, 02:13 PM
Noonien Soong Noonien Soong is offline
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Default Annual statement line of business reconciliation?

Salutations,

Is there any mapping between annual statement lines of business? For example, is their a mapping between Underwriting and Investment Exhibit lines of business to Exhibit of Premiums and Losses lines of business to Insurance Expense Exhibit lines of business to Schedule P lines of business?

Would it help if i said please?
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Old 02-08-2019, 03:11 PM
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Salutations,

Is there any mapping between annual statement lines of business? For example, is their a mapping between Underwriting and Investment Exhibit lines of business to Exhibit of Premiums and Losses lines of business to Insurance Expense Exhibit lines of business to Schedule P lines of business?

Would it help if i said please?
Most of them are pretty straightforward. I'll do a few to get you started:

Part I is called Special Property (Fire, Allied Lines, Inland Marine, Earthquake, Burglary and Theft). So that's ASLOB 1, 2, 9,12, 26
Part J is Auto Physical Damage. So 21.
K is Fidelity and Surety, 23 & 24.
A is Homeowners/Farmowners - 3 & 4.
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