YRT


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YRTYork Region Transit (Ontario)
YRTYearly Renewable Term (insurance)
YRTYoughiogheny River Trail (Pennsylvania)
YRTYale Repertory Theatre
YRTYadkin River Theory (band)
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.
For the past 20 years, she said, insurance business of Pag-Ibig Funds worth P1.3 billion, was being handled by YRT, which she said was unincorporated.
The percentage changes in CRP from baseline levels (pre HIIS) to pre YRT (24 h later) were calculated so to allow comparison between the three trials.
the unjoined initial [beta] - of fimwt't in line 2 and of [beta] yrt in line 5.
It was organised in association with AIESEC Bahrain and addressed by YRT chairwoman Shaikha Hessa bint Khalifa Al Khalifa.
By issue age, YRT term life exposures uncovered by the LIMRA-SOA study suggested greater persistency at younger issue ages.
Other reinsurance structures could be used as well, including structures combining coinsurance with YRT reinsurance on the underlying mortality risk.
Yearly renewable term (YRT) reinsurance--YRT reinsurance permits the ceding company to transfer mortality risk, but leaves the ceding company entirely responsible for establishing reserves.
Ost = a1 + [a2.sup.*] BLRt + [a3.sup.*] Yrt + [a4.sup.*] FIREURt + [a5.sup.*] GDPt - 1 + [epsilon]t (5)
For 1-year term insurance (also called "YRT"--yearly renewable term--or "ART"--annually renewable term), the premium will increase every year if the contract is renewed for a new 1-year period of coverage, based upon the new attained age of the insured.
In Exhibit 2, note that the first year premium for an ultra-preferred non-tobacco male age 45 is $900 for $1 million of annual or yearly renewable term (YRT) coverage.