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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The 2016 total adjusted NPL measures $38 billion, and assets covered a scant 20% of adjusted liabilities, which had raised the real risk of plan depletion before the recent contribution increases.
As of June 2017, liabilities-to-equity was 3.4x, lower than its peers of 5.2x; also, adjusted liabilities to equity (considering catastrophic reserves as capital) ratio stood at 2.7x, favourable when compared to the agricultural sector's average of around 3.7x.

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