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November 2007, Yerevan, Armenia Universität of Münster University of Münster Geological-Palaeontological Institute Corrensstr. 24 48149 Münster, Germany Implications of Earthquakes on the Stability of Tailing Dams Introduction Increase of insured earthquake damages No special regard on the mining industry Direct motivation: Baja Mare, River Danube, Romania Wismut GmbH, Uranium Tailings, Germany Studies about earthquake exposures and their impact for industries Implications of Earthquakes on the Stability of Tailing Dams Ranking of Natural Catastrophes Munich Re 2005, 2006 Implications of Earthquakes on the Stability of Tailing Dams Funding and Data Aquisition Munich Reinsurance (Munich) Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (Hannover) Deutsche Montan Technologie (DMT) (Essen) Foundation Library of the Ruhr (Bochum) Institute for Geophysics (Münster) Geological-Palaeontological Institute (Münster) Universität of Münster Implications of Earthquakes on the Stability of Tailing Dams Reinsurance Policyholder Primary insurer (Ceding company) Reinsurer (Accepting Company) Cession Retrocession Insurance contribution Implications of Earthquakes on the Stability of Tailing Dams Earthquakes in Germany Regions Noticed intensities Special events Earthquakes in Germany Mining in Germany Hard coal Brown coal Salt Former uranium www.bgr.de Implications of Earthquakes on the Stability of Tailing Dams Earthquake Zonation of Germany Magnitude Local magnitude ML Quantifies the amount of seismic energy released by an earthquake Intensity: Quantifies the effects of an earthquake on the earth's surface, humans, objects of nature, and man-made structures Scale of 1 (weak) to 12 (complete destruction) after Munich Re 2000 Implications of Earthquakes on the Stability of Tailing Dams Examples of Tailing Damages Implications of Earthquakes on the Stability of Tailing Dams Earthquake Damages on Tailings Implications of Earthquakes on the Stability of Tailing Dams Damage scenarios Surface Fractures and breaches Liquefaction Slumping Spilling Subsurface Flooding of the mine Destruction of the facilities for the subsurface operations Surface loss scenarios depending on the structure of the dam and the tailings Linking of loss scenarios between surface und subsurface Environmental damages 28.
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Score: 1136410.9 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...lph_EarthquakeImplications.pdf
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INTERNATIONAL MOTOR INSURANCE SYSTEM (GREEN CARD) : REPORT OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE COUNCIL OF BUREAUX
This revision aims at clarifying remaining uncertainties, improving the Green Card as a document for controlling authorities in some cases, improving its contractual aspect and providing practical information to the policyholder, on either the Green Card or the CoB Website. 12.
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NETHERLANDS: PERIODIC REPORT
GE.19-03763(E)  Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Initial report submitted by the Netherlands under article 35 of the Convention, due in
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Score: 1113787.3 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...et?open&DS=CRPD/C/NLD/1&Lang=E
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REPORT OF THE 7TH MEETING OF THE OTTAWA GROUP, PARIS, 25-27 MAY 2003, SESSION 4 : INVITED PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE FINANCIAL SERVICES OF INSEE, FRANCE
The adjustment performed consists in correcting the amount of gross premiums of gain expectation, for the policyholder, linked to the variation of excess. The calculation involves an estimate of the claim frequency and an assessment of the distribution of claims according to their amount.
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LIFE INSURANCE
The underwriter of the plan is the Aetna Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, United States of America (“insurance company”). The policyholder is the United Nations. 1.2 The plan is financed solely from the contributions of participating staff members.
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LIFE INSURANCE
The underwriter of the plan is the Aetna Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, United States of America (“insurance company”). The policyholder is the United Nations. 1.2 The plan is financed solely from the contributions of participating staff members.
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LIFE INSURANCE
The underwriter of the plan is the Aetna Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, United States of America (“insurance company”). The policyholder is the United Nations. 1.2 The plan is financed solely from the contributions of participating staff members.
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COMMUNICATION NO. 8/2015 : DECISION/VIEWS
Instead, it exercised the right of redemption established in clause 3 of the policy in respect of the actuarial reserve corresponding to the pension obligations it had assumed as policyholder. 2.5 On 3 October 2006, the author filed a lawsuit against the bank and the insurance company before Madrid Social Court No. 6 (“Court No. 6”) and pet itioned the Court to affirm his right to redeem the individual provision he had held in the fund until 15 November 2002, and thereafter in the insurance policy, amounting to €126,961.31 . 2.6 On 15 December 2006, Court No. 6 dismissed the author’s petition.
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Score: 1073943.9 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...n&DS=E/C.12/56/D/8/2015&Lang=E
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IMPORTANT FEATURES OF THE SERVICE SECTOR AND TRADE IN SERVICES IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES : FINANCIAL SERVICES IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Life insurance is an activity where policyholder makes regular payments to an insurer for which the insurer guarantees to provide an agreed sum, or an annuity, at a given date, or earlier if the policyholder dies beforehand. The sum may be fixed or reflect the income earned from investment of premiums. Policyholders expect the benefits received to exceed the premiums paid until the policy is due, and therefore the life insurance can be seen as a form of saving.
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DISASTER RISK TRANSFER MECHANISMS: ISSUES AND CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE ASIA-PACIFIC REGION: NOTE BY THE SECRETARIAT
Basis risk In parametric insurance, basis risk is the difference between the amount paid and the actual cost; that is, it reflects the risk that a policyholder may not recoup their full losses from a disaster. (...) The flood insurance product generates an automatic text message to the insurance company, bank and farmer policyholder when the predetermined threshold of flood depth or duration is breached and the insurance company awards payouts accordingly, crediting the money directly to each eligible farmer’s bank account, thus ensuring timely compensation for the agricultural loss.
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