Assumption Reinsurance


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Assumption Reinsurance

A form of reinsurance in which an insurer simply takes the place of another insurer. That is, Insurance Company B assumes some or all of the policies previously serviced by Insurance Company A. Assumption reinsurance is rare compared to reinsurance in which the first insurance company remains liable for claims, and the reinsurer only pays in the event of default.
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The affected net premium total also includes premiums written for assumption reinsurance -- but not premiums written for indemnity reinsurance.
However, the net premiums written do include premiums written for assumption reinsurance and are reduced by assumption reinsurance premiums ceded (Regs.
The rating withdrawal reflects the termination of the quota share insurance treaties and an assumption reinsurance agreement with the insurer's parent ARI Mutual Insurance Company that was recently approved by the The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance.
An inquirer presented questions about surety insurance that had been transferred to a reinsurer under an assumption reinsurance agreement, where the ceding insurer and reinsurer were both foreign insurers.
So, since RBC is net of reinsurance, an assumption reinsurance transaction would not be needed.
insurers form a foreign captive to reinsure risks, the premiums will constitute RPII whether the arrangement is a conventional contract or an assumption reinsurance contract pursuant to which the ceding company will no longer retain any rights or obligations.
Additionally, the company exited its credit life and disability operations in 2011, through an assumption reinsurance agreement.
entered into an assumption reinsurance agreement and ICO was to be dissolved.
2 million and will be accomplished through an assumption reinsurance agreement.
These rating actions stem from the commutation of the last remaining assumption reinsurance treaties with affiliate, ULLICO Casualty Company (ULLICO Casualty), effective July 1, 2009.
Best received that this inactive branch was voluntarily wound up, its remaining assets released to the company and its outstanding liabilities assumed by Liberty Mutual Insurance Company (Canada Branch) (Ontario, Canada) through an assumption reinsurance agreement.
The business of the branch was transferred to an affiliate, Chartis Insurance Company of Canada (formerly AIG Commercial Insurance Company of Canada) via a portfolio assumption reinsurance and asset purchase transaction in November, 2008.