carve out

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establish or create through painstaking effort

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remove from a larger whole

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The asymmetric information hypothesis states that firms carve out subsidiaries that are overvalued by the market (Nanda, 1991).
The term "group carve out" is often used to describe the replacement of group term insurance for a selected class of executives with individual permanent insurance policies.
Firms that carve out a high-return subsidiary to take advantage of favorable market conditions will often want to continue to consolidate that subsidiary to enhance their overall position.
The decision on how much to carve out will depend on accounting and tax advantages.
HSI/Wellpoint, California Healthcare Network, Allina); price and premium reductions; and the scramble to create specialty carve out networks (Salick Healthcare, Caremark, National Cardiac Network).