TICL

AcronymDefinition
TICLTemporary Increase in Coverage Limit (insurance)
TICLTorts, Insurance and Compensation Law (New York State Bar Association)
TICLTag Interface Component Library (computing)
TICLTata Investment Corporation Ltd. (India; est. 1939)
TICLThe Internet Connection Ltd. (UK)
TICLTemperature Induced Cable Loss (Bellcore)
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Some information, research, and support organizations founded in the 1970s continue to operate, whereas others (such as Counter-Information Services and TICL) have fallen by the wayside.
Methods: Total 33 eyes of 21 consecutive patients who underwent implantation of TICL for the correction of moderate to high myopic astigmatism were recorded and a minimum follow-up of six months was performed.
The ratings take into account the fact that TICL is expected to maintain excellent stand-alone risk-adjusted capitalisation in 2011 and the support provided by St Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Company (SPFM), a subsidiary of TICL's parent group The Travelers Companies Inc (NYSE:TRV).
They followed that up 3 years later in a special session when they created the second layer of coverage known as the Temporary Increase in Coverage Limit (TICL).
Had there been a hurricane affecting the TICL layer, the coverage put in place by the Willis Re Florida team would have been the difference between the client continuing as a going concern or facing a potential insolvency.
Given the lack of funding regarding the Temporary Increase in Coverage Limits (TICL), no credit (100 per cent reduction) will be provided for this layer.
HB 1495 also removes the Temporary Increase in Coverage Layer, known as TICL, from the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund at a rate of about $2 billion per year over six years.
19 October 2010 - AM Best reiterated on Monday the A (excellent) financial strength rating (FSR) and "a+" issuer credit rating (ICR) of UK-based Travelers Insurance Co Ltd (TICL).
The top layer of Cat Fund coverage--known as the Temporary Increase in Coverage Limit (TICL)--had up to $8 billion worth of coverage available for this storm season.
He felt demand for private market reinsurance in Florida was being stifled by what he viewed as the state's inclination to largely hold steady on the TICL capacity and lobby for federal funding.