Net Leverage

Net Leverage,

What is The Definition of Net Leverage?

Meaning of Net Leverage: Net debt ratio is a ratio that reflects the value of the written premium, the insurer's surplus and the insurer's liabilities. This does not apply to premiums transferred to the insurance company. This is an indication of the insurer's financial health.

The net premium value of the listed company for deducting the insured and the net liability for deducting the insured. This index presents a combination of price errors in the company's current portfolio and errors in estimating net liabilities after insurance in respect of insurers' surplus.

Literal Meanings of Net Leverage

Net:

Meanings of Net:
  1. A piece of loose netting made of rope, rope, rope or the like is commonly used to catch fish or other animals.

  2. This structure is made up of nets in the frame that make goals in sports such as football and hockey.

  3. An excellent weave that is open.

  4. A way to catch someone.

  5. Internet.

  6. Catch or land (fish or other animal).

  7. Hit or kick for the goal (in sports) (ball or puck)

  8. Cover it with gauze.

  9. (Quantity, price or value) is left after deductions, such as taxes or rebates.

  10. (Effect or result) final or universal.

  11. Earn or receive net profit (a cash amount).

Sentences of Net
  1. Fishermen repair their nets

  2. Turns Wilson's cross into a goal

  3. Clean the curtains

  4. The search was postponed so that the killers could escape

  5. Ensuring privacy on the Internet is becoming increasingly difficult

  6. Damage to fishing

  7. Wright scored 177 goals in six years

  8. Increase in earnings per share

  9. The end result is the same

  10. It sold 20% of its shares and made a big profit

Synonyms of Net

snare, make a profit of, after deductions, webbing, ■■■■■ trap, openwork, take-home, earn, meshwork, get, pocket, after taxes, closing, ultimate, accumulate, clear, bring in, lace, realize, pull in, gain, make, fishnet, latticework

Leverage:

Meanings of Leverage:
  1. The application of force by a force or by something used by a lever.

  2. Mechanical advantage using leverage effect.

  3. The power to influence a person or situation to achieve a particular outcome.

  4. The relationship between the company's credit capital (debt) and the value of its ■■■■■ stock (equity capital)

  5. Use credit or foreign capital to increase the possible return on equity.

  6. Use the borrower's capital for (investment) and expect the income to exceed the interest payable.

  7. Use as much as (something).

Sentences of Leverage
  1. This is a flexible or efficient use of balance, accuracy and mobility in judo and other skills.

  2. Standard on all fuel fuel draggarters, the design uses beneficial vs. brat force to add more low additions with less drag, and results are instantaneous.

  3. Demonstrates the importance of maintaining good balance and leverage, getting out of position quickly.

  4. Insert the handle at an angle, hold the raised part of the cutting knife and rotate clockwise or counterclockwise with the lever.

  5. They all focus on taking advantage instead of power.

Synonyms of Leverage

grasp, say, dominance, standing, control, power, prestige, purchase, sway, weight, edge, authority, pressure, rank, advantage, ascendancy, hold

Net Leverage,

Net Leverage means,

  • Net leverage is the ratio of the amount of premium written by the insurer to the sum insured and commitment. This does not apply to premiums transferred to reinsurers. This is an indication of the insurer's financial health.

  • The company's net premium is listed in the insured's deduction and the net liability in the insured's deduction. This ratio measures the net risk of mismanagement in the company's current business portfolio and the error in estimating additional insured vs. post-rehabilitation liabilities.

Literal Meanings of Net Leverage

Net:

Meanings of Net:
  1. A piece of loose mesh material made of wire, rope, rope or the like, often used to catch fish or other animals.

  2. An open piece of mesh material that carries through a frame at the end of the handle is often used to catch fish, other aquatic animals or insects.

  3. A structure made of a net that rests on a frame and is intended for sports such as football and hockey.

  4. An open piece of net material between two poles with a piece of rope to divide the playing area into different sports, such as tennis, badminton and volleyball.

  5. A safety net.

  6. Thin fabric with very loose knitting.

  7. A system or process of selecting or recruiting someone.

  8. A communication network or broadcast.

  9. Integrated computer network.

  10. Catch fish or land (fish or other animal) from the net.

  11. Pure fishing in (the river)

  12. Earn or receive as a network.

  13. (In sports) kicking or kicking (ball or puck) in the net (goal)

Sentences of Net
  1. He fished with a golden net drawn from a rope made of purple and red thread.

  2. Good fishermen make their nets with whale thread and needles.

  3. The guide asks students to help collect soil and water samples and use nets to catch fish and other marine life.

  4. He uses this material as a net.

  5. Once these animals rot, the fishing nets can rise to the surface and the ghost fishing can resume.

  6. Some fabrics come with fishing nets or paper fish, others with large wings or robotic pieces.

  7. Materials used are bamboo, fishing nets, garden nets, glue, canvas, clothing line and spray paint.

  8. The fishermen got up and pulled out the net in which the fish were hanging.

Synonyms of Net

tulle, be paid, lacework, concluding, entrap, ■■■■, take captive, capture, ensnare, obtain, final, acquire, bag, land, take home

Leverage:

Meanings of Leverage:
  1. The use of force using a lever or something used by a lever.

  2. Mechanical advantage through the use of leverage.

  3. The ratio between the value of a company's debt (debt) and its combined stock (equity).

  4. Use of credit or borrowed capital to increase the purchasing power of a stock.

  5. Use borrowed capital for (investment) and expect income to exceed interest paid.

Sentences of Leverage
  1. It is the flexible or efficient use of balance, leverage, and mobility in the implementation of judo throw and other skills.

  2. Now standard on all top fuel draggisters, the design uses the advantages over raw horsepower to produce more down force with less drag and the results are immediate.

  3. He emphasized the importance of maintaining good balance and taking advantage of the situation.

  4. Try inserting the handle at an angle, grab the raised part of the blade and turn it clockwise or clockwise with the lever.

  5. They all focus on leverage, not power.

Net Leverage,

What is The Definition of Net Leverage?

  1. The net premium of the company is recorded in the deduction of the insured and the net liability in the deduction of the insured. The index measures the combination of the net risk of mismanagement in the company's current business portfolio and the error in estimating net post-reinsurance liabilities compared to the additional insured.

Literal Meanings of Net Leverage

Net:

Meanings of Net:
  1. A piece of wire, rope, rope or similar open mesh material that is often used to catch fish or other animals.

  2. An open piece of mesh material carried through the frame at the end of the handle, often used to catch fish, other aquatic animals or insects.

  3. The structure is made up of a net that forms a frame that serves sports such as football and hockey.

  4. A piece of loose fabric is tied to a piece of rope between two lines so that the playing area can be divided into different sports, such as tennis, badminton and volleyball.

  5. Very visible weft with smooth fabric.

  6. Running away or ignoring something designed to catch or treat you.

  7. Earn or receive as net income (cash).

  8. (To someone) return (profit or income)

  9. Exclude arithmetic amounts, e.g. B. Taxes to reduce the outstanding value to the net worth.

Sentences of Net
  1. He caught fish with a gold net drawn from a rope made of purple and red thread.

  2. Good fishermen make their own nets out of whale thread and needles.

  3. He uses this material a lot as a net.

  4. Once these animals rot, fishing nets can rise to the surface and ghost fishing can resume.

  5. Materials used include bamboo, fishing nets, garden nets, glue, canvas, clothing line and spray paint.

  6. Many deep-sea animals, in addition to giant squid, appeared in fishing nets without being filmed in their natural environment.

  7. Although I have spent most of my life in the Selby area, I have never seen so many fishermen pull shellfish, mussels and tuna nets from the muddy waters of the Ovis River.

  8. Small boats set off before dawn, usually in rough waves, to lift nets, remove trapped animals, and repair damage to nets.

  9. It was considered unpleasant to have a woman in the sea, as a male would bring the first fish flat in my family's branch to the shore.

  10. The bazaar opens at the port, where people are everywhere, repairing swings and building colorful boats.

  11. In the early days, fish were caught in their nets like words in any order in a sentence.

  12. The saboteurs removing the safety nets look like fishermen at first glance, but on closer inspection there are signs of the shipwreck.

Leverage:

Meanings of Leverage:
  1. Strength exercise using a lever or something used by the lever.

  2. Use the borrowed capital (investment) and expect the income to be higher than the interest paid.

Sentences of Leverage
  1. It is the flexible or efficient use of balance, leverage and movement in performing judo throw and other skills.

  2. Now standard on all top fuel dragsters, the design uses the advantage over crude horsepower to create more downforce with less drag and the results are immediate.

  3. He emphasized the importance of maintaining a good balance and taking advantage of the situation.

  4. Try to keep the handle at an angle, grab the raised part of the cutter blade and turn it clockwise or clockwise with the lever.

  5. They are all focused on profit, not power.