MLR


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MLR

abbreviation for
(Banking & Finance) minimum lending rate
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MLR

[ˌɛmɛlˈɑːʳ] n abbr (Brit) (Fin) =minimum lending rateTUS m =tasso ufficiale di sconto
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This is the third time that the central bank is revising MLR after the introduction of MLR policy in July 2016.
The BSP considers the adoption of the LCR and the MLR as a significant step in aligning its supervisory framework with international standards," said the BSP.
For large-group coverage, the minimum MLR is 85% of revenue.
For the federal government, looking at these reports is a way to see if insurers have been honest about their MLR numbers.
From its start, the MLR provided regular updates on developments in labor law, often at the state level:
The federal government has set minimum MLR rules, and some states have their own MLR rules, as well.
The ACA, by amending the Public Health Service Act, requires insurance companies that offer group or individual health insurance coverage to annually disclose their MLR, which is the percentage of premium dollars spent on administrative costs and profits divided by direct health care services.
The MLR likewise announced no new licenses for tungsten and rare earths prospecting and mining will be given before June 30, 2015, except for those state-sanctioned projects involving mergers and reorganizations as well as optimal distribution.
Portumna led by 0-9 to 0-5 at the break, with MLR dangerman Denis Murphy kept quiet for the most part - save for one brilliant 21st minute effort from distance.
The law, as written by Congress, did not statutorily address how to classify independent agent compensation under the MLR formula.
About half had pre-ACA requirements that insurers' rate filings with state regulators provide for a minimum MLR for individual health insurance, and roughly 20 states had minimums for the small group and/or large group health insurance markets (NAIC 2009; AHIP 2010).
MLR Ventures purchased a closed newsprint mill in Monroe County, Alabama, from AbitibiBowater Inc.