Cross Country Computer’s 35 years in data management enables us to help the insurance industry as it undergoes the state auditing process. We have leveraged our ability to cleanse, rehabilitate and match name and address records to identify deceased policy holders and link multiple accounts to common owners thru Transfer Agent approved householding algorithms.
The insurance industry is under unprecedented scrutiny after the high profile John Hancock settlement which left many wondering what they need to do to comply. Cross Country Computer takes the guesswork out of the process with its patented Abandoned Property Escheat Assignment & Reporting System (APEARS®) which satisfies state and audit mandates requiring fuzzy matching to the Social Security Administration’s Death Master File (SSA DMF) to identify those who are deceased. APEARS® has been successfully utilized in support of all major insurance company demutualizations in recent history and with accuracy well in excess of 99%, has the ability to exceed the requirements set forth in the ground-breaking John Hancock Global Resolution Agreement (JHGRA) as well as the subsequent Prudential and MetLife GRA/RSAs and state-specific legislation including NY’s Reg-200.
Contact us at Inquiry@CrossCountryComputer.com or 631-851-4214 to learn more