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Stock insurance company

An insurance company owned by a group of stockholders, who are not necessarily policyholders.

Stock Insurance Company

A publicly-traded insurance company. Shareholders in a stock insurance company may be, but are not necessarily, policyholders.
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The outcome of any potential claims from policyholders of Medmarc and IND relating to payments or other issues arising from their respective conversions to stock insurance companies and subsequent mergers into ProAssurance;
In this article, we exploit this detailed information to examine how managers are monitored under different ownership structures by investigating CEO turnovers in mutual and stock insurance companies.
While the difference between mutual and stock insurance companies has long since blurred, it was a major point of contention in the early years of the organization.
The competitive strengths of the Big 4 auditors in auditing the large, publicly held stock insurance companies have left competitive openings for the smaller audit practices in handling insurers with less standard ownership or profit structures.
In 1899, the Indiana Compulsory Deposit Law created new rules which allowed for growth of stock insurance companies, a fact that established the Hoosier state as a headquarters location for a number of Midwestern insurance companies in the new century.
596, updates the previous law relating to the method for accomplishing mutual insurer conversions, or "demutualizations," to stock insurance companies.
Comparing mutual companies with some 30 stock insurance companies, Komiya discovers little difference in the way they run their affairs.
Another topic which will continue to receive attention is the solvency of large stock insurance companies.
In 2001 and 2002, the Company formed a mutual holding company structure, whereby the three principal mutual insurance companies, Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, Liberty Mutual Fire Insurance Company and Employers Insurance Company of Wausau, each became separate stock insurance companies under the ownership of Liberty Mutual Holding Company Inc.
The roles of owner and customer are distinctly separate in stock insurance companies, and this separation creates incentive conflicts not present in mutual companies.
Northwestern Mutual, like many other mutuals and stock insurance companies, is an active commercial mortgage lender, with mortgages representing about 25% of its fixed-income holdings.
The existence of both mutual and stock insurance companies in the property-casualty insurance industry creates many interesting questions.