Important note: “All offices” claim inceptions experience for 2011-2016
We have identified issues with some of the data underlying the “All offices” claim inceptions experience for 2011-2016, leading to an overstatement of inceptions exposure and therefore an understatement of claim inceptions experience. More information is provided in CMI Working Paper 149. Terminations experience is unaffected.
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CMI Individual Income Protection "All offices" results
Actual claims experience is compared with that expected using the IP06 graduated inception rates from investigation year 2011, and with that expected using the IPM 1991-98 graduations for 2011-2016 and earlier years. The actual claim terminations experience is compared with that expected using the IPM 1991-98 graduations.
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|Year||Covering memo||Issue date|
|2011-16||Working Paper 124||Issue date: 30/09/2019|
|2007-10||Working Paper 96||Issue date: 17/03/2017|
|2010||Covering memo||Issue date: 02/06/2016|
|2009||Covering memo||Issue date: 13/02/2013|
|2008||Covering memo||Issue date: 13/02/2013|
|2007||Covering memo||Issue date: 13/02/2013|
Results from previous quadrennia were released alongside CMI Working Paper 60.
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