TOTAL ASSETS VS. TOTAL LIABILITIES
Financial Documents View Details
- Audited Financial Statement 2018-19
- Audited Financial Statement 2017-18
- Audited Financial Statement 2016-17
- Adopted Budgets 2018-19 and 2019-20
- Adopted Budgets 2016-17 and 2017-18
- Adopted Budgets 2014-15 and 2015-16
The Authority’s investment objectives are preservation of capital, maintaining adequate liquidity, earning a reasonable rate of return, and compliance with state law. The Authority’s investment program is administered by PFM Asset Management with oversight provided by the Executive and the Finance Officers Committee.
Member Contributions View Details
Member contributions provide the pool with necessary resources for the defense and payment of claims and other coverage costs including excess and reinsurance premiums, claims administration, brokerage fees as well as risk management programs and services.
Retrospective Computation October 2020 Liability
Retrospective Computation October 2020 Workers Compensation
Underwriting Data Collection View Details
Annual Payroll Exposure Report (APER)
The Authority collects calendar payroll and other data that is used to calculate each member’s upcoming Annual Contribution through the Annual Payroll Exposure Report (APER). This data is reported to the State of California, and it is provided to the Authority’s insurance carriers to use in determining the cost of reinsurance and excess insurance. Each spring, the data collection request is sent to agency staff serving in the following key roles: risk manager and finance.
Annual Underwriting Information Report (AUIR)
The Authority collects data from members through the Annual Underwriting Information Report (AUIR). This data is provided to insurance carriers to underwrite the exposures of the Authority and its members, and to determine reinsurance and excess insurance rates and premiums. Each fall, the data request is sent to agency staff serving in the key role of risk manager.
Audit Confirmation Letters View Details
The audit confirmation letters contain information regarding your agency’s coverage, and contributions paid for the fiscal year. This information is provided to your auditor via email in August.
Standard Footnote View Details
The standard footnote regarding self-insurance pooling and purchased insurance is developed for your annual comprehensive financial report. Use of a standard footnote provides uniformity among members in making the disclosure. It is typically emailed to Finance Directors in August.