Financial guarantee insurance

Financial guarantee insurance

Insurance created to cover losses from specified financial transactions.

Financial Guarantee Insurance

An insurance policy covering a lender from liability resulting from the failure of the borrower to repay the loan. It may also cover losses from a decrease in interest rates to the detriment of the lender. Financial guarantee insurance may cover different types of loans, but, in most U.S. states, usually does not include mortgages or certain credit lines. It is similar to a surety or a co-signed loan.
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National Public Finance Guarantee is the world's largest US public finance-only financial guarantee insurance company, with offices in New York and San Francisco.
On the subject of financial guarantee insurance, Corcoran again made a push for the monoline approach in which insurers must form a subsidiary, individually capitalized.
Sompo Japan incurred a group net loss of 66.71 billion yen in fiscal 2008 that ended March 31, a turnaround from a profit of 59.64 billion yen in the previous year, as a fall in revenue combined with heavy losses on financial guarantee insurance and securities holdings.
* SFAS 163, Accounting for Financial Guarantee Insurance Contracts, issued May 2008
Diversity exists in practice in accounting for financial guarantee insurance contracts by insurance enterprises under FASB Statement No.

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