YRT


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AcronymDefinition
YRTYork Region Transit (Ontario)
YRTYearly Renewable Term (insurance)
YRTYoughiogheny River Trail (Pennsylvania)
YRTYale Repertory Theatre
YRTYear Round Training (military)
YRTRankin Inlet Nunavut airport (airport code)
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In most of what follows, I assume that the direct writer wants a first dollar quota share YRT reinsurance arrangement, but similar concepts apply to coinsurance as well.
3 billion, was being handled by YRT, which she said was unincorporated.
Launched in 2007 by YAL Bahrain, the YRT is based on the principle that young people are a crucial segment of society and pivotal to future development.
By issue age, YRT term life exposures uncovered by the LIMRA-SOA study suggested greater persistency at younger issue ages.
Exhibit 1 shows how (on a current assumption pricing basis) the YRT premium increases through age 65.
Those feebly conventional elements dominate this YRT revival, and the play seems anything but a masterpiece.
In a similar survey based on 2005 data, answers indicated that individual mortality YRT and individual mortality coinsurance ranked 1 and 2, while indemnity reinsurance (blocks) ranked 3 and COLI, 5.
Therefore, the Linton yield for the whole life policy (assuming the YRT rates are competitive) is about 6% for 10 years.
In the YRT production all this is played out on set designer Louisa Thompson's jagged heap of gleaming obsidian, where caves house the abandoned Philoctetes.
TIRI participates in transactions related to mortality and investment business, including portfolio YRT, quota-share Coinsurance and YRT, capital management and financial solutions.