> From: Aaron Newhoff <aaronn19@IDT.NET>
> To: casnet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Statement of Opinion Question
> Date: Tuesday, April 07, 1998 12:08 PM
> I've been asked to opine on the reserves of a captive insurer. While I
> believe their reserves to be reasonable, they show a negative surplus.
> Obviously, they flunk IRIS 9,10, and 11, but in the statement of opinion
> guidelines I've looked through, I don't see any indication that this
> necessitate issuing an adverse or even qualified opinion. As far as I
> tell, all I need to do is note the exceptional IRIS values and leave it
> that. Is this really the extent of my responsibility in this case? I
> suppose this makes sense if all I'm really opining on is the reserve
> number, but I'd never encountered this situation before so I thought I'd
> seek a little guidance. Thanks for any info.
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