Average sum deposited in new deposit accounts.
Percent of claims where the initial liability decision is not made within the statutory time frame.
The ratio of claims to premiums. It may be calculated in several different ways, using paid premiums or earned premiums, and using paid claims with or without changes in claim reserves and with or without changes in active life reserves.
Insurance companies’ ability to pay the claims of policyholders.
Percentage of overdue claims.
Percentage of fraudulent insurance claims.
Tier 1 capital is the core measure of a bank’s financial strength from a regulator’s point of view. It consists of the types of financial capital considered the most reliable and liquid, primarily Shareholders’ equity. Examples of Tier 1 capital are common stock, preferred stock that is irredeemable and non-cumulative, and retained earnings.
Average insurance policy size of policies closed within measurement period.