Serious About Solvency – Financial Stability Rating® Survival Rates 1989 through 2004
In order to calculate the survival rates presented in this analysis, we defined survival as the avoidance of economic failure. Economic failure was considered to be rehabilitation,
liquidation, involuntary receivership or conservatorship, license suspension or revocation, supervision or such other legal or regulatory remedy instituted by a Department of Insurance for the purpose of protecting the interests of policyholders or claimants.
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