retrocede


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Synonyms for retrocede

to move back or away from a point, limit, or mark

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Can retrocede to nonadmitted reinsurers, including related company entities
Pursuant to substantially similar separate management agreements concluded between Fortress and each of the taxpayers, Fortress was authorized to act as agent of each company to underwrite, retrocede and manage reinsurance on each company's behalf in the U.
Only a small proportion of professional reinsurers (about 35 percent) retrocede to their affiliates (domestic or alien), and the affiliated reinsurance portfolio is very concentrated (mean Herfindahl index close to 0.
Meme si, reconnaissent-ils, [beaucoup moins que]nos hommes sont sur les nerfs[beaucoup plus grand que] depuis qu'ils ont retrocede des batiments officiels a Kidal et constate que le pouvoir tarde a liberer les prisonniers et a lancer des negociations.
Al contrario de lo que ocurre con la estetica del romanticismo--en donde se privilegia un sentido del cuerpo humano como materia acabada, perfecta y completa, conectado con Dios y consistente con la preponderancia del yo--la idea del ser que se desprende del realismo grotesco es la de algo en permanente mutacion, abierto al mundo, que evoluciona y retrocede constantemente, un ente siempre inacabado: "The grotesque image reflects a phenomenon in transformation, an as yet unfinished metamorphosis, of death and birth, growth and becoming" (24).
Non c'e da stupirsi dunque se, mentre Platone retrocede sullo sfondo, l'Aristotele piu materiale e domestico, l'Aristotele "economico", avanzi alla ribalta a dettare le leggi di questo circoscritto universo (40).
Pool Re can also retrocede some of its exposures in the commercial market (subject to the agreement of the authority supervising its retrocessional agreement with the government), and so the claims payable by the government come after recoveries from Pool Re's commercial retrocessionaires, if any: It has yet to do this.
Additionally, volatility in economic conditions in Europe could impact BMO Re's ability to retrocede assumed risks to its European counterparties, and BMO Re is exposed to potential earnings volatility from its assumed property/casualty risk and to a lesser degree, capital.
Additionally, volatility in economic conditions in Europe could impact BMO Re s ability to retrocede assumed risks to its European counterparties.
mientras espera el refuerzo de la potencia" (115), Mila, en vez de actuar, retrocede, da marcha hacia atras, y recuerda.
Questi temi si chiariscono assai meglio, e si dispongono come "lettura" piu consapevole, meno schematica e meccanica nel processo di italianizzazione del mito americano, quando Pavese retrocede come ho detto ai "classici".
Some insurers concerned with a captive's credit risk but lacking the ability or desire to develop alternatives to minimize or mitigate this risk may prefer to cede the risk to a reinsurer that in turn will retrocede the risk to the insured's captive.
Additionally, a further decline in economic conditions in Europe could impact the company's ability to retrocede assumed risks to its European counterparties.
Declines in economic conditions in Europe also could impact the company s ability to retrocede assumed risks to its European counterparties.
Additionally, a further decline in economic conditions in Europe could impact CIBC Re's ability to retrocede assumed risks to its European counterparties.