Life Company Risked Based Capital
MBA advocates reduced risk-based capital for equity investments in real estate.
Overview: Life insurance companies are subject to regulation by state insurance regulators. That regulatory framework includes Risk-Based Capital (RBC) standards. RBC standards specify the minimum amount of capital a life company must hold on its balance sheet for various categories of business activities. MBA is currently working with the NAIC and its Investment (E) Risk-Based Capital Working Group to secure a reduction for the RBC charge for life company holdings of equity real estate.
Recent MBA Activity Related to Life Company RBC
- Jul 14, 2017 - MBA Comment Letter RBC Proposal for Real Estate Assets
- Oct 22, 2018 - MBA Comment Letter to NAIC Working Group