cedent

cedent

see ASSIGNATION.

CEDENT, civil law, Scotch law. An assignor. The term is usually applied to the assignor of a chose in action. Kames on Eq. 43.

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Personal and commercial lines have stable sector outlooks, while the reinsurance sector's outlook is negative, as intense market competition and sluggish cedent demand have resulted in a soft reinsurance capacity.
The reinsurer agrees to indemnify the cedent against complete or a part of a loss which the primary insurance company may bear under certain insurance policies that it has sold.
De meme , pour les titres CIL et OFFICE PLAST qui cedent 2,74% et 2,63%.
Les proteges de Benchikha, elimines recemment des demi-finales de la Coupe du Trone, cedent du terrain dans la course a la premiere place.
Consensus pricing, the practice of applying the same rate for all members of the reinsurance panel, is itself talked about in terms of fairness and equitability--"everybody is in the same boat as me," a cedent says.
Toutefois, il faut dire que Walid Regragui fait partie de ceux qui ne cedent jamais facilement.
Gallagher, is holding reinsurance payments the cedent refuses to accept out of fear of violating European Union sanctions imposed on Iran.
Durant cette periode il est important que les parents montrent qu'ils ne cedent pas a l'enfant et que ce sont eux qui posent les limites et non les desirs de l'enfant.
Reinsurance still faces some headwinds from higher cedent retentions and soft pricing, and 1/1 renewals' prominence delay most of the pricing response of Asia-Pacific catastrophes and RMS 11.
This doctrine obligates reinsurers to indemnify cedents for any payments the cedent makes for claims covered by the underlying insurance.
The cash flow obligation of the cedent to pay the reinsurer will be reflected in the reserve calculation rather than through rules, he added.
Le Brent de mer du Nord et le brut leger americain cedent autour de 1,5% vers 15h25 GMT.