return on policyholder surplus

Definition

A ratio stated as a percentage measuring a company's after-tax profitability from underwriting and investment activities. This is calculated by dividing the sum total of after-tax income and unrealized capital gains by the mean of the prior and current year's policyholder surplus.
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