Rating Class

Rating Class

In insurance, the relative risk of a policyholder. For example, in life insurance, rating classes indicate how likely a group of policyholders is to die before the insurer recoups the amount of the death benefit in premiums. Different rating classes are assessed higher or lower premiums.
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In addition to this new rating class for senior citizens, the plan is also revising its careful driver credit system.
Currently 500/520 MW rating class of BHEL is recognized as the backbone of the power industry of India, with performance surpassing the national average and international standards significantly.
Each rating class provides for a 5 percent discount, and with the previous Class 6 rating, policy holders in the Special Flood Hazard Area received a 20 percent discount.
The next section describes the demographic characteristics of the anomalous weight breaks (in terms of frequency distributions by state, by rating class, and by weight group) contained in the database of rates and weight breaks for carriers I and II.
Figure 4 displays the anomaly distribution by rating class. No anomalies were found in classes 50 through 85.
Table 1 shows the distribution of anomalies by rating class for carrier III.
The supplier is a small metal-working job shop located in Columbia, South Carolina (zip 29203) that produces a specialized component (rating class 100) for the buyer.
The 210/250 MW sets of this rating class, supplied earlier by BHEL, today form the backbone of the Indian power sector and have been performing much above the national average as well as international benchmarks.
* Principal Financial Group now offers affordable protection across all rating classes. Principal Universal Life has a super-preferred underwriting class, low premiums and a range of substandard classes and limited-pay discounts.
The study, which was carried out by Rating Alfa, shows that 15.3% of Finnish companies belong to the two top rating classes, AAA+ and AAA.
In the two weakest rating classes, B and C, there are 21,900 companies or 13.4% of Finnish businesses, compared to 15.2% two years ago.
A surgeon in one of the higher rating classes can pay annual medical-malpractice premiums in excess of $100,000.