US proposal could boost insurers’ derivatives use

The US National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC), a group of state insurance regulators that develops model insurance regulations for adoption by state legislatures, is considering a new accounting guideline that would allow US-based insurers to report hedge transactions in their underwriting income statements. All US insurers must comply with statutory accounting guidelines, so this change could encourage greater use of derivatives by these institutions.

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