Adjusted Liabilities

Adjusted Liabilities

The statutory liabilities of an insurance company less its interest maintenance reserve and its asset valuation reserve. An insurance company's statutory liabilities are calculated according to the industry's accounting standards and sometimes overstate the company's liabilities because they do not account for the two reserves. Many financial ratios use adjusted liabilities because they are thought to be more accurate.
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4 million as of June 30, 2012, and adjusted liabilities were $23.
6x as measured by adjusted liabilities to total adjusted capital, as well as low financial leverage of approximately 5% on a GAAP basis.
6 million as of December 31, 2011, and adjusted liabilities were $15.
4 million as of September 30, 2011, and adjusted liabilities were $15.
5 times (x) as measured by adjusted liabilities to total adjusted capital, as well as low financial leverage of approximately 4.
Consolidated operating leverage, as defined by the ratio of adjusted liabilities to adjusted surplus, was 8.
Operating leverage, defined as the ratio between adjusted liabilities and adjusted surplus, increased slightly to 14.
HLI's operating leverage, as measured by the ratio of adjusted liabilities to adjusted surplus, has shown an improving trend over the past five years to approximately 9 times (x) from 10.
Operating leverage, the ratio adjusted liabilities to adjusted surplus, jumped from 13.

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