RRGSRegister Risicosituaties Gevaarlijke Stoffen (Dutch: Register Risk Hazardous Substances)
RRGSRangi Ruru Girls' School (Merivale, Christchurch, New Zealand)
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RRGs today are a force to be reckoned with in the alternative insurance market, with 254 companies writing a total of more than $2.5 billion gross premium in 2011.
Class 3 (RRG or association): $500,000 (RRG) or $750,000 (association).
"For example, LRRA does not explicitly require that the insureds contribute capital to the RRG or recognize that outside firms typically manage RRGs," authors of the report wrote.
Marsh recommended that Guardian establish a risk retention group (RRG) in South Carolina, where captive legislation was passed in 2000.
This friction between the federal law's pre-emption over state insurance requirements and states bristling over limitation of their powers has resulted in more regulation of RRGs via an indirect route--the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
Our RRGs also focus on writerly moves within discipline-specific model texts, but they make a crucial intervention by doing so via the lens of readership.
(7) Other organizational forms and ownership structures exist in the insurance industry, such as Lloyds and risk retention groups (RRGs).
The group of new licensees is made of twelve pure captives, seven Risk Retention Groups (RRGs), seven sponsored captives, four special purpose financial insurers, two industrial insured captives, and one association captive.
HealthCare Risk Specialists has built strong relationships with carriers as well as risk management-driven Risk Retention Groups (RRGs), and developed unique programs for specialist physicians ensuring medical professionals gain access to the right protection at the right price.