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May 25, 2022Demotech Assigns Financial Stability Rating® to Citizens National Life Insurance Company
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May 18, 2022Demotech Faculty Finalized for Its Special Session Recap – Florida Property Insurance
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Financial Stability Ratings® (FSRs) are a leading indicator of the financial stability of Property and Casualty insurers, Title underwriters, and other risk-bearing entities. Our rating process provides an objective baseline for assessing solvency based upon changes in financial stability, as presented in an insurer’s balance sheet over time. FSRs are based upon a series of quantitative ratios and certain qualitative factors.