Mixed Insurance Company


Definition of "Mixed insurance company"

One that combines the two forms of ownership, stock and mutual. A stock insurance company is owned by stockholders, whereas a mutual insurance company is owned by its policyholders. A mixed company is owned in part by stockholders and in part by policyholders. Most mixed companies issue participating and nonparticipating policies.



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