accelerated payout

French translation: réglement accéléré des sinistres

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English term or phrase:accelerated payout
French translation:réglement accéléré des sinistres
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18:11 Oct 29, 2005
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Bus/Financial - Insurance
English term or phrase: accelerated payout
Finite reinsurance can be prospective – protecting against the contingencies associated with future loss events – or retrospective – insulating a company from the negative impact of an adverse loss development or from the accelerated payout of losses already incurred.
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réglement accéléré des sinistres
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la fréquence de réglement des sinistres s'accélère
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réglement accéléré des sinistres


Explanation:
la fréquence de réglement des sinistres s'accélère

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