FAK 2616 Occupational Pension Insurance
This course is meant especially for employees in the insurance industry who works with topics within occupational pension insurance, both when it comes to administration, and to claims settlement. The course constitutes a part of the authorization for insurance brokers and the authorization for personal insurance consultants.
This course aims to give the students an overview of occupational pension insurance, also related to the new laws of mandatory occupational pensions and defined-contribution pensions. In addition the students shall know how the Insurance Contracts Act and the Insurance Activity Act, together with other special acts determine the framework for occupational pension insurance
After finishing the course, the students should be able to
Explain (the customers) the difference between the various pension solutions and what consequences the different solutions will have, both for the enterprise and for the employees.
Present proper pension solutions with basis in laws and regulations
Calculate different occupational pension types from particular presumptions.
The students shall work up a particular conscious attitude to laws and rules that relate to their profession, and be conscious that those choices they make and the advices they give, may have large impact on others.
- Development of group pension insurance.
- Insurance Law.
- Insurance Contract Act.
- Tax rules for occupational pension insurance.
- Marriage Act.
- The Laws of occupational pension insurance.
Occupational pensions, defined-contribution pensions, new occupation pension - hybrid model
The Contract of Insurance and Insurance terms
Public occupational pensions
- Act on the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund.
- Municipal pension schemes.
- Private pension funds.
- Public pension funds.
Group pension insurance
- Areas of application.
- Limitations and possibilities.
Contractual pension (AFP)
Group pension insurance in practice
- Establishing and maintenance.
- Premium calculation.
- Insurance settlement.
- Capital management.
- Appropriation of surplus.
- Account controlling.
- Firms financial statements.
Kurset er strukturert i tre emner. Fagstoff, oppgaver og digitale læringsressurser publiseres på nett, og studentene gis mulighet til å kommunisere med nettlærer og medstudenter. Det gjennomføres tre webinarer i løpet av semesteret.
Webinarene tas opp og publiseres på nettet, slik at det skal være mulig å se dem selv om man ikke har mulighet til å delta direkte.
Normert studietid er ett semester på deltid.
Higher Education Entrance Qualification
The course requires a basic knowledge of Norwegian financial activity, and of central legal provisions within this business sector. Students should have passed the BI courses: Introduction to Insurance, Introduction to Law I and Life Insurance Private and Corporate. Own experience from work in the insurance business is also an important source of comprehension.
|Exam category||Weight||Invigilation||Duration||Grouping||Comment exam|
Form of assessment:
Internal and external examiner
Examination when next scheduled course
|100||No||72 Hour(s)||Individual||A 72-hour individual home examination concludes the course. If the examination is to be used for Authorization, the candidate must at least obtain the grade C.|
|Form of assessment:||Written submission|
|Comment:||A 72-hour individual home examination concludes the course. If the examination is to be used for Authorization, the candidate must at least obtain the grade C.|
|Exam code:||FAK 26161|
|Resit:||Examination when next scheduled course|
Student's own work with learning resources
Group work / Assignments
A course of 1 ECTS credit corresponds to a workload of 26-30 hours. Therefore a course of 7,5 ECTS credit corresponds to a workload of at least 200 hours.