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Synonyms for cession

the act of ceding

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Le gouffre financier que representent ses nombreux investissements et l'absence de distribution de dividendes depuis une quinzaine d'annees pourrait expliquer la cession de trois hotels Ibis au Groupe Benaboud.
As insurers and reinsurers have seen mortality experience emerge from the underwriting-driven "term wars" of the late 1990s, the perspectives of both parties have converged, thus there is no longer a large difference in expected mortality driving large coinsurance cessions for fully underwritten business.
Yvette Essen, report author and Director of Industry Research, Europe & Emerging Markets, added: The legal cessions in both the local and regional markets and the greater economies of scale enjoyed by the larger reinsurers limit reinsurers competitive positions and constrain their ability to increase market share.
This is mainly from an increase on commission payable to intermediaries to attract further conventional business as the company replaces its legal cessions and assumes further risks abroad.
New York, titled "Life Reinsurers May Feel The Squeeze As Cessions Shrink.
Print" means nor only the well-known illustrated guidebooks, topographical views of fountains and statues (with acerbic commentary ventriloquized by Pasquino), conclave plans and records of pro cessions, but also less familiar items like the posters (bandi) that publicized the edicts of Rome's governing bodies, policing tourism, health, the sale of food, and other commerce.
Each scholar pins Oneida history to treaties and land cessions, but they also agree on the central importance of missionaries, most notably Eleazer Williams.
Yvette Essen, report author and Director of Industry Research, Europe & Emerging Markets, added: "The legal cessions in both the local and regional markets and the greater economies of scale enjoyed by the larger reinsurers limit reinsurers' competitive positions and constrain their ability to increase market share.
Cela ne l'empeche pas de dire, [beaucoup moins que] sur un plan purement personnel [beaucoup plus grand que] comme il tenait a le preciser, qu'El Karama [beaucoup moins que] aurait pu mieux faire et accelerer un peu la cadence des cessions d'entreprises [beaucoup plus grand que], d'autant que la maniere de vendre et le timing sont decides par Al Karama.
Depuis 2011, la majorite des sorties en valeur (41%) sont des cessions industrielles et les cessions a d'autres societes de capital investissement augmentent timidement.
La creation de [beaucoup moins que]l'administrateur ou du syndic[beaucoup plus grand que] constitue aujourd'hui une [beaucoup moins que]urgence si l'on veut assurer une meilleure organisation de la vie commune dans les immeubles[beaucoup plus grand que], ont estime les organisateurs qui ont fait part des facilitations offertes part l'Etat dans le domaine des cessions des biens.
Previously, premiums have been declining since the repeal of the compulsory legal cessions in 2008, despite the company s efforts to retain business by introducing special quota share arrangements that offered high commissions.
Reinsurance cessions, on the other hand, are handled behind the scenes, without the insured's knowledge, so alien reinsurers who have a more advantageous tax basis gain clear advantage.
Les recettes les plus importantes provenant des cessions ont ete enregistrees, en 2013, suite a l'obtention d'une somme de 527,030 MD apres la cession de la part de l'Etat dans la societe OoredooAa.
beaucoup moins que]Ces protocoles devront permettre de desendetter le Groupe, reprofiler ses dettes, reduire ses interets, reduire les taux d'interets sur ses dettes restantes, augmenter ses liquidites et ce, a travers plusieurs leviers, dont un programme de cessions d'actifs permettant au Groupe de rembourser la dette et de degager les liquidites[beaucoup plus grand que], a-t-il explique.