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CMI Report 23 (2009) Graduations of the 1999-2002 life office mortality experiences: the 00 series tables
Erratum (added 5 May 2011): Formula (1) on page 22 of CMI Report 23 is incorrect. This erratum gives the corrected formula.
CMI Report 22 (2005) Sickness experience 1999-2002 for individual income protection policies
CMI Report 21 (2004) The mortality of holders of permanent (whole life and endowment) policies of assurance 1999-2002; The mortality of holders of temporary assurances issued in the United Kingdom, 1999-2002; The mortality of immediate annuitants, holders of retirement annuity policies, and holders of personal pension plans 1999-2002; The mortality of pensioners in insured group pension schemes 1999-2002; The mortality of smokers and non-smokers 1999-2002
CMI Report 20 (2001) The mortality in 1987-90 and 1991-94 of lives assured under permanent (whole life and endowment) assurances, according to cause of death; Mini-graduations of the mortality experience of smokers and non-smokers for assured lives; The mortality of impaired assured lives, 1987-98; A report on a pilot investigation into the mortality experience of pensioners of self-administered pension schemes; Inter-office comparisons; Sickness experience 1995-98 for individual income protection policies; Sickness experience 1995-98 for group income protection policies
CMI Report 19 (2000) The mortality of holders of permanent (whole life and endowment) policies of assurance 1995-98; The mortality of holders of temporary assurances issued in the United Kingdom 1995-98; The mortality of immediate annuitants, holders of retirement annuity policies and holders of personal pension plans 1995-98; The mortality of pensioners in insured group pension schemes 1995-98; The mortality of smokers and non-smokers 1995-98; Tables of mortality for pensioners combined based on the 1991-94 experience; Extension to young ages of the "92" series tables for assured lives
CMI Report 18 (2000) Sickness experience 1991-94 for individual PHI policies; Sickness termination experience 1991-94 for group PHI policies; An analysis of the PHI experience of individual companies in the United Kingdom I: claim inception rates; An analysis of the PHI experience of individual companies in the United Kingdom II: claim termination rates
CMI Report 17 (1999) Standard tables of mortality based on the 1991-94 experiences; The distribution of policies per life assured
CMI Report 16 (1998) The mortality of holders of permanent (whole life and endowment) policies of assurance 1991-94; The mortality of holders of temporary assurances issued in the United Kingdom, 1991-94; The mortality of immediate annuitants, holders of retirement annuity policies, and holders of personal pension plans 1991-94; The mortality of pensioners in insured group pension schemes 1991-94; The mortality of smokers and non-smokers 1991-94; The mortality of impaired assured lives, 1983-94; Proposed new tables for life office pensioners, normal, male and female, based on the 1991-94 experiences; Sickness experience 1987-90 for group PHI policies
CMI Report 15 (1996) Claim inception rates under PHI policies, individual 1975-90 and group 1975-86; Recovery and mortality rates of those claiming under PHI policies, individual 1975-90 and group 1975-86; Sickness experience 1983-86 for individual PHI policies; Sickness experience 1979-82 and 1983-86 for group PHI policies
CMI Report 14 (1995) The mortality of assured lives. pensioners and annuitants, 1987-90; The mortality of smokers and non-smokers, 1988-90; Mini-graduations of the mortality experience of assured lives, pensioners and annuitants, 1987-90; The mortality of impaired assured lives, 1983-90; The mortality of impaired lives 1987-90 according to cause of death; The mortality of retirement annuitants under approved pension; Arrangements in the Republic of Ireland. 1986-91; Sensitivity analysis in a multiple state model for permanent health insurance
CMI Report 13 (1993) The mortality of assured lives, pensioners and annuitants, 1983-86: update; Mortality in 1983-86 according to cause of death; Mortality tables based on the combined pensioners experience.1979-82; Mini-graduations of the mortality experiences of assured lives, pensioners and annuitants, 1983-86; The mortality of smokers and non-smokers, 1988-89; Inter-office comparisons; Calculation of continuation tables and allowance for non-recorded claims based on the PHI experience 1975-78
CMI Report 12 (1991) The analysis of permanent health insurance data
CMI Report 11 (1991) The mortality of assured lives, pensioners and annuitants 1983-86; The mortality of pensioners and annuitants 1979-84 according to cause of death; The mortality of impaired lives 1983-86; The mortality of impaired lives 1983-86 according to cause of death; Sickness experience 1979-82 for individual PHI policies
CMI Report 10 (1990) Standard tables of mortality based on the 1979-82 experiences
CMI Report 9 (1988) The graduation of the 1979-82 mortality experiences; Mortality in 1979-82 according to cause of death
CMI Report 8 (1986) Mortality of assured lives, pensioners and annuitants 1979-82; Impaired assured lives investigation; The distribution of policies per life assured; The CMI Bureau: history of computerisation and development of services; Cause of disability: individual PHI policies 1975-78; Sickness experience 1975-78 for group PHI policies
CMI Report 7 (1984) Sickness experience 1975-78 for individual PHI policies
CMI Report 6 (1983) Graduation of the mortality experience of female assured lives 1975-78; History and development; Abridged list of diseases; On a possible graduation of the Irish assured lives mortality experience; Notes on duplicates among linked policies
CMI Report 5 (1981) Mortality of assured lives 1975-78; Mortality of immediate annuitants 1975-78; Mortality of pensioners under life office pension schemes 1975-78; Mortality during 1975-78 of purchasers of retirement annuities under the provisions of the Finance Act, 1956; Mortality of assured lives 1975-78, according to cause of death; a(55) tables: q(x) at high ages; Sickness experience 1973-76 for group policies
CMI Report 4 (1979) Sickness experience 1972-75 for individual policies
CMI Report 3 (1977) Proposed standard tables for life office pensioners and annuitants; Mortality of assured lives 1971-74; Mortality of immediate annuitants 1971-74; Mortality of pensioners under life office pension schemes 1971-74; Mortality during 1971-74 of purchasers of retirement annuities under the provisions of the Finance Act, 1956; Mortality of assured lives 1971-74, according to cause of death; Investigation of sickness statistics - individual policies 1974 and 1975
CMI Report 2 (1976) Investigation of sickness statistics - individual policies 1972 and 1973; The graduation of pensioners and of annuitants mortality experience 1967-70
CMI Report 1 (1973) History and development; Mortality of assured lives 1967-70; Mortality of immediate annuitants 1967-70; Mortality of pensioners under life office pension schemes 1967-70; Mortality experienced during the period 1967-70 by purchasers of retirement annuities under the provisions of the Finance Act, 1956; Mortality of assured lives 1967-70, according to cause of death

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