Block of Policies

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Block of Policies

The insurance policies a company underwrites with the exact same terms and conditions. For example, a particular block of policies may include all life insurance policies with coverage of $100,000 and a monthly premium of $50.
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This policy blocks out Kenya from receiving the majority of Jumia's corporate taxes because it's a German Stock Corporation.
The cause of this self-censorship is an American policy known as the "global gag rule." First introduced in the '80s and revived by every Republican administration since, the policy blocks American foreign aid to organizations that offer abortion services, counseling, referrals or advocacy.
Trump's policy blocks entry into the United States of most people from Iran, Chad, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen.
The policy blocks off much of the game for streamers - 7/7 refers to July 7 within Persona 5 's in-game calendar - and so far, it's been poorly received by many Persona 5 fans.
The current average annual premium levels for the policy blocks involved range from $950 to $2,500.
* Policies blocking social networks become more prominent--Social networking sites accounted for 4% of policy blocks in the enterprise by the end of Q1, whereas at the beginning of the quarter it accounted for only 2.5%.
The defender service also is a plaintiff, charging that the state policy blocks it from performing its duty.
While the EU's common agricultural policy blocks imports of the few products Moldova has to offer--primarily wine, fruit and vegetables--the Union is competing with Moldova in third countries with subsidized products of its own.
In the framework of this securitization, a company transfers a policy block as coinsurance to a special purpose reinsurance vehicle (SPRV) in an onshore or offshore jurisdiction of convenience and makes an initial equity capital contribution to the SPRV.
The holders of debt securities (as well as equity securities) rely primarily on the performance of the policy block, and to a smaller extent on the performance of the investment assets, of the SPRV for their expected return on investment.

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