|Working Paper 156||Working paper 156: Impact of COVID-19 on Income Protection business – qualitative analysis (Issue date: 12/11/2021)|
|Changes to analysis methodology for the CMI Income Protection Investigation and the impact of past data issues (Issue date: 28/4/2021)|
|Working Paper 136||
Final “IP11” claim inception and termination rates for individual income protection (Issue date: 07/9/2020, v03 issue date: 28/4/2021)
|Working Paper 131||
Proposed “IP11” claim inception and termination rates for individual income protection (Issue date: 29/4/2020, v03 issue date: 28/4/2021; Response date: 30/6/2020)
|Working Paper 124||“All offices” individual Income Protection sickness experience for 2011-2016 (Issue date: 30/9/2019, v03 issue date: 28/4/2021)|
|Working Paper 120||
Final “IP06” claim inception rates for individual income protection (Issue date: 27/3/2019)
|Proposed “IP06” claim inception rates for individual income protection experience (Issue date: 11/07/2018; Response date: 30/09/2018)|
|Working paper 102||Income Protection experience by benefit amount band and policy duration, 2003-2010 (Issue date: 25/08/2017)|
|Working paper 96||“All offices” individual Income Protection sickness experience for the 2007-2010 quadrennium (Issue date: 17/03/2017)|
|Working paper 72||Analysis of individual income protection experience, 1991-2009, by cause of sickness. (Issue date: 17/04/2014; Response Date: N/A)|
|Working paper 60||Sickness experience for individual income protection policies: experience for 2003-2006 compared with 1991-2002; results for 1991-2006 re-stated using IPM 1991-98 as the comparison basis (Issue date: 17/02/2012)|
|Working paper 59||Reporting sickness experience for the CMI individual income protection investigation: summary statement of revised methodology; description of updated format of results tables; and analysis of change in methodology and comparison basis (Issue date: 17/02/2012)|
|An overview of the sickness inception and termination rate graduations (Issue date: 30/07/2010)|
|Working paper 47||The graduation of sickness rates for the CMI individual income protection experience for males 1991-98 of males, occupational class 1 (Issue date: 30/07/2010)|
|Background papers on the analysis of CMI individual income protection claim records (Issue date: 30/07/2010)|
|Sickness experience 1999-2002 for group income protection policies (Issue date: 13/12/2006)|
|Analysis of individual income protection experience by cause of disability (Issue date: 09/08/2006)|
|New graduations of income protection termination experience (Issue date: 07/05/2004)|
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