EARLY WARNING SYSTEM

EARLY WARNING SYSTEM

EARLY WARNING SYSTEM

A system of measuring insurers’ financial stability set up by insurance industry regulators. An example is the Insurance Regulatory Information System (IRIS), which uses financial ratios to identify insurers in need of regulatory attention.

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