Standard Reinsurance Agreement

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The Standard Reinsurance Contract (SRA) is a financial cooperation agreement between FCIC and each of the approved insurance companies called AIPS to honour eligible plant health insurance contracts for farmers and ranchers. It defines and regulates the commercial and financial relationships between FCIC and IPAs, including the conditions under which FCIC provides reinsurance activities for eligible contracts sold by MANAGERs. The terms and conditions of the SRA can be renegotiated every five years that began in the 2011 reinsurance year. The 2014 Agricultural Bill stipulated that any future renegotiated SRA must be fiscally neutral, vedenov, D.V., Miranda, M.J., Dismukes, R. and Glauber, J.W. (2004), „Economic analysis of the standard reinsurance agreement,“ Agricultural Finance Review, Vol. 64 No. 2, p. 119-134. While the SRA plays a remarkable role in the total cost of the program, it does not affect the policy premiums paid by farmers, based on the risk management agency`s (RMA) most relevant risk estimates established by law. This report is part of the following collection of related documents. Financial revenues from the plant insurance sector under the current SRA fell well short of SRA expectations in 2011, as well as objectively reasonable investment returns. Economists at the University of Illinois and Cornell University in 2017 show unexpected reductions in the financial returns of crop insurers. As the study found, between 1998 and 2010, plant health insurers benefited from an average net return on the withheld premium of 14.1%. On the other hand, the report noted that yields from 2011 to 2015 averaged only 1.5%, a decrease of 12.6%. Unique identification numbers for this report in the digital library or in other systems.

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