What Is Bifurcation? Bifurcation refers to the intention to separate the financing component of insurance and reinsurance contracts from the insurance risk portion of these contracts.

How does FASB propose to implement possible bifurcation of insurance and reinsurance contracts? In its current form, FASB proposes a sequence of questions that will filter contracts:

1. Does the contract meet the proposed definition of insurance?

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