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- Analysis of Risk Retention Groups – Year-End 2011
Analysis of Risk Retention Groups – Year-End 2011
April 19, 2012
Analysis of Risk Retention Groups – Year-End 2011 contains commentary provided by Douglas Powell, Karrie Hyatt, Managing Editor, Risk Retention Reporter and Robert Myers, Jr., Partner, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, regarding various issues and the status of risk retention groups.
The information contained in the Analysis of Risk Retention Groups – Year-End 2011 is
sorted by company name in the first section and by state of domicile in the second section, so that you can easily identify RRGs domiciled within a specific jurisdiction. The information and analysis provided includes:
- RRGs currently assigned a Financial Stability Rating ® (FSR) by Demotech, Inc.
- NAIC number
- Company name of the RRG
- State of domicile
- Financial statement contact (including phone number and address)
- Financial information excerpted from the RRG financial statements
- Financial ratios
- Direct premium written by line of business – as reported at year-ends, 2011 and 2010.
Demotech, Inc. Understands and Actively Supports Risk Retention Groups
Demotech, Inc. understands the unique structure and opportunities that risk retention groups (RRGs) bring to the Property and Casualty industry. In our working relationship with analysts as well as other government entities and business associations, Demotech is often called upon for our expertise and perspective.
Today, more than any time in recent history, insureds, agents and constituents need to have independent verification of financial stability. Since Demotech’s rating methodology is based upon a review and analysis of insurance fundamentals, focused specialists, such as RRGs, are not penalized for operating under restrictions that limit diversification.