- Financial Condition (E) Committee
- Accounting Practices and Procedures (E) Task Force
- Blanks (E) Working Group
- Statutory Accounting Principles (E) Working Group
- Capital Adequacy (E) Task Force
- Health Risk-Based Capital (E) Working Group
- Life Risk-Based Capital (E) Working Group
- Longevity Risk (E/A) Subgroup
- Variable Annuities Capital and Reserve (E/A) Subgroup
- Property and Casualty Risk-Based Capital (E) Working Group
- Catastrophe Risk (E) Subgroup
- Risk-Based Capital Investment Risk and Evaluation (E) Working Group
- Examination Oversight (E) Task Force
- Electronic Workpaper (E) Working Group
- Financial Analysis Solvency Tools (E) Working Group
- Financial Examiners Coordination (E) Working Group
- Financial Examiners Handbook (E) Technical Group
- Information Technology (IT) Examination (E) Working Group
- Financial Analysis (E) Working Group
- Financial Stability (E) Task Force
- Macroprudential (E) Working Group
- Group Capital Calculation (E) Working Group
- Group Solvency Issues (E) Working Group
- Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA) Implementation (E) Subgroup
- Mortgage Guaranty Insurance (E) Working Group
- Mutual Recognition of Jurisdictions (E) Working Group
- NAIC/American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) (E) Working Group
- National Treatment and Coordination (E) Working Group
- Receivership and Insolvency (E) Task Force
- Receiver’s Handbook (E) Subgroup
- Receivership Financial Analysis (E) Working Group
- Receivership Law (E) Working Group
- Reinsurance (E) Task Force
- Reinsurance Financial Analysis (E) Working Group
- Restructuring Mechanisms (E) Working Group
- Restructuring Mechanisms (E) Subgroup
- Risk-Focused Surveillance (E) Working Group
- Risk Retention Group (E) Task Force
- Valuation Analysis (E) Working Group
- Valuation of Securities (E) Task Force
The mission of the Valuation of Securities (E) Task Force is to provide regulatory leadership and expertise to establish and maintain all aspects of the NAIC's credit assessment process for insurer-owned securities, as well as produce insightful and actionable research and analysis regarding insurer investments.
2022 Adopted Charges
1. The Valuation of Securities (E) Task Force will:
A. Review and monitor the operations of the NAIC Securities Valuation Office (SVO) and the NAIC Structured Securities Group (SSG) to ensure they continue to reflect regulatory objectives.
B. Maintain and revise the Purposes and Procedures Manual of the NAIC Investment Analysis Office (P&P Manual) to provide solutions to investment-related regulatory issues for existing or anticipated investments.
C. Monitor changes in accounting and reporting requirements resulting from the continuing maintenance of the Accounting Practices and Procedures Manual, as well as financial statement blanks and instructions, to ensure that the P&P Manual continues to reflect regulatory needs and objectives.
D. Consider whether improvements should be suggested to the measurement, reporting and evaluation of invested assets by the NAIC as the result of: 1) newly identified types of invested assets; 2) newly identified investment risks within existing invested asset types; or 3) elevated concerns regarding previously identified investment risks.
E. Identify potential improvements to the credit filing process, including formats and electronic system enhancements.
F. Provide effective direction to the NAIC’s mortgage-backed securities modeling firms and consultants.
G. Coordinate with other NAIC working groups and task forces—including, but not limited to, the Capital Adequacy (E) Task Force, the Statutory Accounting Principles (E) Working Group and the Blanks (E) Working Group—to formulate recommendations and to make referrals to such other NAIC regulator groups to ensure expertise relative to investments, or the purpose and objective of guidance in the P&P Manual, is reflective in the guidance of such other groups and that the expertise of such other NAIC regulatory groups and the objectives of their guidance is reflected in the P&P Manual.
H. Identify potential improvements to the filing exempt process (the use of credit rating provider ratings to determine an NAIC designation) to ensure greater consistency, uniformity and appropriateness to achieve the NAIC’s financial solvency objectives.
I. Implement policies to oversee the NAIC’s staff administration of rating agency ratings used in NAIC processes, including staff’s discretion over the applicability of their use in its administration of filing exemption.