- Insurance Company Organization and Operations
- Corporate Governance, Ethics, and Control
- Risk and Risk Management
- Legal and Compliance
- Human Resources Management
- Information and Technology
- Financial Management
- Accounting, Treasury Operations, and Auditing
- Investment Management
- Product Development
- Product Distribution
- New Business and Underwriting
- Claim and Annuity Benefit Administration
- Customer Service
- Describe insurance company stakeholders and explain the governance role of a company’s board of directors and mechanisms for fostering a culture of ethical behavior.
- Describe typical functional areas for insurance company operations and management concepts for organizing these operations.
- Describe and classify risks faced by insurance companies and explain enterprise risk management.
- Describe how insurance companies distribute life insurance products and distinguish between direct distribution systems and intermediary distribution systems.
- Describe the primary components of the new business process.
- Describe the importance of sound underwriting to a company’s financial viability and explain how insurers assess the risks presented by a proposed insured.
- Recognize the characteristics of effective customer service and describe how managing customers' experiences benefits customers and companies.
- Explain the purpose of and steps in effective claim administration.
- Describe how insurers use marketing to identify customers, make them aware of insurers’ products and services, and develop products that satisfy customer needs.
- Distinguish between the legal and compliance functions and describe the roles and responsibilities of each area.
- Explain the difference between solvency laws and market conduct laws and explain several market conduct laws that insurers must comply with.
- Describe the responsibilities of the accounting and financial reporting functions as well as the internal and external users of accounting information.
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