Adjusted Underwriting Profit

Adjusted Underwriting Profit

The profit an insurance company realizes over a given period of time. It is calculated by taking the premiums it receives and the capital gains on the investments it makes with those premiums, and subtracting the company's overhead plus what it pays out in claims on its policies.
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3 percent in the quarter, and we achieved an adjusted underwriting profit of $211.