CLICO

AcronymDefinition
CLICOColonial Life Insurance Company
References in periodicals archive ?
CLICO policyholders' legal adviser Ramesh Lawrence Maharaj said CLICO has $17 billion (US$2.68 billion) in cash and it should use the sum to pay the 350 policyholders their $500 million claim, reports The Trinidad Express (Jan.13, 2015).
Minister of Finance Larry Howai verified that Colonial Life Insurance Co Ltd (CLICO) is to be sold.
Global Banking News-May 26, 2014--Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago to sell CLICO
La concepcion actual de primera infancia, se constituye en un llamado de atencion para repensar la tematica de los aprendizajes en esta etapa del clico vital, pues dicha concepcion reconoce a los ninos y a las ninas como sujetos de derechos con capacidades y potencialidades, aboga por una atencion integral mediada por el acompanamiento y el afecto, y reconoce las oportunidades de desarrollo y aprendizaje que se pueden gestar desde la educacion inicial.
A pesquisa teve como meta apresentar o uso de energia em todas as etapas do clico de vida e, como escopo, qualificar e quantificar os principais aspectos ambientais.
Ha inumeras interfaces entre redes hierarquizadas (segundo complexidade dos servicos), redes tematicas (organizadas em torno de agravos, patologias ou fases do clico de vida da populacao) e redes regionais de atencao a saude (distribuidas em determinado territorio), que integram a rede de assistencia em saude do SUS em uma situacao de interdependencia.
Egypt (New) Aviva Insurance Company of 85748 A NR Canada Canada CLICO (Bahamas) Limited 87843 NR E Bahamas Non-U.S.
A leading insurance company Clico of Guyana insists on $35M investment in Clico Bahamas, in a now-defunct subsidiary, is trying to recover money for investors.
Caudal now proposes to extend its capital investment base in Cuba through a venture with Colonial Life Financial Group (Clico) and the Ceiba Finance Ltd.
As part of its programme of privatisation, in 1989 the government sold the state-owned company Guyana Timbers, which had been running at a considerable loss, to the Colonial Life Insurance Company (CLICO) of Trinidad for a knock-down US$2.7 million.
The government confirmed that it intends to sell the financially troubled Colonial Life Insurance Co Ltd (CLICO), whose collapse in 2009 sent ripples throughout the Caribbean, reports Caribbean360.com (Sept.
The collapse in 2009 of CLICO Guyana, a systemic insurer with assets amounting to 3% of GDP, reduced the insurance market by 75%.