coinsure


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co·in·sure

 (kō′ĭn-sho͝or′)
tr.v. co·in·sured, co·in·sur·ing, co·in·sures
1. To insure jointly.
2. To insure with coinsurance.

coinsure

(ˌkəʊɪnˈʃʊə; -ˈʃɔː)
vb
1. (Insurance) (intr) to take out coinsurance
2. (Insurance) to insure (property) jointly with another
ˌcoinˈsurer n

co•in•sure

(ˌkoʊ ɪnˈʃʊər, -ˈʃɜr-)

v.t. -sured, -sur•ing.
to insure jointly.
[1895–1900]
co`in•sur′er, n.

coinsure


Past participle: coinsured
Gerund: coinsuring

Imperative
coinsure
coinsure
Present
I coinsure
you coinsure
he/she/it coinsures
we coinsure
you coinsure
they coinsure
Preterite
I coinsured
you coinsured
he/she/it coinsured
we coinsured
you coinsured
they coinsured
Present Continuous
I am coinsuring
you are coinsuring
he/she/it is coinsuring
we are coinsuring
you are coinsuring
they are coinsuring
Present Perfect
I have coinsured
you have coinsured
he/she/it has coinsured
we have coinsured
you have coinsured
they have coinsured
Past Continuous
I was coinsuring
you were coinsuring
he/she/it was coinsuring
we were coinsuring
you were coinsuring
they were coinsuring
Past Perfect
I had coinsured
you had coinsured
he/she/it had coinsured
we had coinsured
you had coinsured
they had coinsured
Future
I will coinsure
you will coinsure
he/she/it will coinsure
we will coinsure
you will coinsure
they will coinsure
Future Perfect
I will have coinsured
you will have coinsured
he/she/it will have coinsured
we will have coinsured
you will have coinsured
they will have coinsured
Future Continuous
I will be coinsuring
you will be coinsuring
he/she/it will be coinsuring
we will be coinsuring
you will be coinsuring
they will be coinsuring
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been coinsuring
you have been coinsuring
he/she/it has been coinsuring
we have been coinsuring
you have been coinsuring
they have been coinsuring
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been coinsuring
you will have been coinsuring
he/she/it will have been coinsuring
we will have been coinsuring
you will have been coinsuring
they will have been coinsuring
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been coinsuring
you had been coinsuring
he/she/it had been coinsuring
we had been coinsuring
you had been coinsuring
they had been coinsuring
Conditional
I would coinsure
you would coinsure
he/she/it would coinsure
we would coinsure
you would coinsure
they would coinsure
Past Conditional
I would have coinsured
you would have coinsured
he/she/it would have coinsured
we would have coinsured
you would have coinsured
they would have coinsured
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.coinsure - take out coinsurance
insure - take out insurance for
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As part of the affiliation, NGL provided Commercial Travelers with $5 million in capital in the form of a surplus note and agreed to coinsure 50% of the company's inforce and new accident and health business, effective January 1, 2012.
Sales of level-premium term policies have soared in recent years, and Stroup said level-premium term is still the product that most direct writers seek to coinsure with reinsurers.
As part of the potential affiliation, NGL would provide Commercial Travelers with $5 million in capital in the form of surplus notes, and intends to coinsure a portion of the company's accident and health business, which would strengthen Commercial Travelers' balance sheet and reduce its risk profile.
On a pro forma basis, if the merger and the agreement to coinsure a block of non-core life insurance business (announced on June 25, 2009) had been completed as of June 30, 2009, Conseco's consolidated risk-based capital ratio would have been 265%, an increase of 18 percentage points.
Now that the settlements are still high, they are offering one-year contracts, less broad coverage, requests for policyholders to coinsure and higher rates to policyholders.
today announced an agreement under which two insurance companies in its Conseco Insurance Group unit will coinsure, with an effective date of January 1, 2009, about 104,000 non-core life insurance policies with Wilton Reassurance Company ("Wilton Re"), a Minnesota reinsurance company.