Change In Policyholder Surplus (IRIS)

Change In Policyholder Surplus (IRIS),

What Does Change In Policyholder Surplus (IRIS) Mean?

Change in Insured Surplus Annual change in the assets of the insured minus its liabilities. A change in the insurer's surplus may provide an indication of insurance performance over the past year. Regulators often use it as a metric to classify insurers.

You can define Change In Policyholder Surplus (IRIS) as, The percentage change in insurance surplus compared to the end of last year was due to operating profit, return on investment, net capital contribution and many other resources. This index measures a company's ability to improve the security of its policyholders.

Literal Meanings of Change In Policyholder Surplus (IRIS)

Change:

Meanings of Change:
  1. Modify (someone or someone) differently.

  2. Replace (something) with something else, especially something of the same kind that is new, or make something better than (something).

  3. Different clothes.

  4. Switch to another train, plane, or subway line.

  5. Matters or matters of doing or being different.

  6. Coins for notes.

  7. Ring of the bell.

  8. A place where traders meet to do business.

Sentences of Change
  1. Both parties rejected the proposed legislative changes.

  2. He decided to change his name

  3. She went to eat

  4. There are many different lines, at many stations passengers switch from train to train and do not want to wait long for the connection.

  5. Change from nomadic society to agrarian society

  6. Small change

Synonyms of Change

chime, clang, change, cash, coin, silver, copper, resounding, toll, knell, coins, touch, petty cash, ringing, gold, small change, coinage, coin of the realm, make, loose change, convert, death knell, hard cash, transform, ring, sound, carillon, boom, reverberation

In:

Meanings of In:
  1. Explain the situation of being surrounded by something or appearing surrounded by something else.

  2. Indicate the period during which an incident occurred or the situation remained the same.

  3. Identify delays before future events occur.

  4. (Usually followed by a noun without a definite article) which expresses a condition or condition.

  5. Participation or expression participation.

  6. Identify someone's job or work.

  7. Language or media description used.

  8. As an integral part (an activity)

  9. Express movement as a result of someone or something getting stuck or surrounded.

  10. Expresses being surrounded by a situation or something.

  11. The express has reached its destination.

  12. (High wave) rising or rising.

  13. Playing (indoor or outdoor field player) is much closer than usual.

  14. (Someone) in your home or office.

  15. Fashion

  16. (From tennis balls and similar sports) Landing in designated play area.

Sentences of In
  1. You are wearing the best clothes for Sunday

  2. They met in 1885

  3. See you in fifteen minutes

  4. Fall in love

  5. I read in a book

  6. He works in publications

Synonyms of In

present, into the building, rising, stylish, in fashion, up to the minute, into the house, during, in the time of, fashionable, home, within the confines of, subsequent to, at its highest level, in the middle of, in vogue, indoors, within, in style, at home, voguish, into the room, within the bounds of, following, trendsetting, over

Policyholder:

Meanings of Policyholder:
  1. An individual or group is maintained by an insurance policy.

Sentences of Policyholder
  1. The CA claims that this insurance increases the debts instead of protecting the patients from their problems.

Surplus:

Meanings of Surplus:
  1. When demand exceeds production or supply, demand is satisfied.

  2. Excessive or excessive

Sentences of Surplus
  1. Excess food exports

  2. Take advantage of excessive cash flow

Synonyms of Surplus

additional, superabundance, glut, plethora, in excess, reserve, extra, surfeit, oversupply, left, profusion, spare, excess, overabundance, unused, oversufficiency, superfluity, excessive, leftover, remaining

IRIS:

Meanings of IRIS:
  1. Behind the cornea of ​​the eye is a flat, colored and color-shaped membrane with an adjustable circular opening (pupil) in the center.

  2. Sword-shaped leaves and prominent flowers, usually purple, yellow or white. Native to Eurasia and North America, it is widely used as a decorative plant.

  3. (With aperture, usually glasses) opens or closes like iris or iris diaphragm.

  4. Rainbow goddess who acts as an ambassador for the gods.

Sentences of IRIS
  1. The thin circular layer of muscle in the iris that contracts with the pupil of the eye is also known as the sphincter muscle.

  2. The reporter loved a variety of flowers and immediately shared his interest among roses, lilies, lilacs and plants from California.

  3. Anne pulled on her arm and pointed to the bottom of the helmet: a round, shiny opening that shone from the inside.