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CBVACalifornia Beach Volleyball Association
CBVACommercial Bear Viewing Association (Canada)
CBVACalgary Beach Volleyball Association (Alberta, Canada)
CBVACurriculum-Based Vocational Assessment
CBVAClub Basque des Véhicules Anciens (French: Basque Club of Old Vehicles; Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France)
CBVAColonial Beach, Virginia
CBVACosta Blanca Villas and Apartments (UK)
CBVACambridge Boston Volleyball Association
CBVACoogee Beach Volleyball Association (Australia)
CBVAColorado Board of Veterans Affairs
CBVACommerce Bank VA (stock symbol)
CBVACommunity Based Vocational Assessment
CBVACanicross Bikejoering Verband Austria
CBVACuerpo de Bomberos Voluntarios de Asuncion (Spanish)
CBVACoastal Bear Viewing Association
CBVACanadian Business Valuators Association
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Experienced insurance investors led by Apollo, Crestview Partners and Reverence Capital Partners bought the carrier's CBVA business, worth about $35 billion.
"Through this transaction, we are further demonstrating our commitment to delivering shareholder value by eliminating the risk associated with the CBVA segment and securing significant value for our Annuities business," said Rodney O.
reported the mean value of McGS and equations generated with linear regression between CBVA and McGS [13].
With the help of the simulator HFSS, the surface current distribution of both conventional balanced Vivaldi antenna (CBVA) and modified balanced Vivaldi antenna (MBVA) can be studied at 6 GHz and 10 GHz, which is presented in Fig.
Fitch believes Voya's business profile is improved following the CBVA and Annuities sale transaction completed in Q2 2018, which eliminates the volatility and tail risk associated with the underlying guarantees of the variable annuities but is partially offset by the concurrent sale of Voya's retail annuity business, which provided meaningful diversification and a stable source of earnings and cash flows to the holding company.
The investors in Venerable believe it is advantageous that the CBVA Business will operate as a private company, with a hedging strategy that will focus on the economic and regulatory stability of the underlying assets and statutory capital strength rather than reducing GAAP earnings volatility.
the corporate, CBVA, Closed Block Institutional Spread Products, and closed block other segments are not reflected in ongoing business results.
Voya has divested its CBVA business to Venerable, a private company established to serve as a leading industry solution for the consolidation of closed variable annuity blocks.
In 2010, Voya Financial stopped actively writing new retail variable annuity products with substantial guarantee features and separated its CBVA segment from its Ongoing Businesses.
The company's inforce business primarily consists of Voya's closed block variable annuity (CBVA) business and ongoing retail annuity business.
has entered into an agreement whereby it will divest substantially all of its Closed Block Variable Annuity (CBVA) segment and its Annuities business.