Appointed Actuary’s Report Discount Curve (PC6)

Type of document
Insurance companies
Appointed Actuary’s Report Discount Curve (PC6)
Last updated
December 2023

General instructions

Insurers should complete the PC6 – Appointed Actuary’s Report Discount Curve annual filing (Table 3 of the supplementary tables), in accordance with Memorandum for the Appointed Actuary’s Report on Property and Casualty Insurance Business.

Please refer to the Filing Requirements, under Section V of the Canadian & Foreign Property & Casualty Insurance Companies - Manual of Reporting Forms and Instructions for the specific list of filing requirements for each Canadian jurisdiction.

Electronic filing

Electronic filing (XML format) to OSFI via the Regulatory Reporting System (RRS) website is mandatory for the PC6 return.

For RRS electronic filing instructions, please refer to the Regulatory Reporting System (RRS) – Manage Financial Returns User Guide available on OSFI’s website.

Annual filing

The annual filing is due within 60 days following the insurer's year-end.

Penalties for late filing

The PC6 return is subject to late or erroneous filing penalties.

The PC6 business and data definition documents are available on OSFI’s website or can be found within RRS under Documents/Portal Documents/English/Return Technical Specifications.