Risk-based Capital Statistic (rbcs)

Definition of "Risk-based capital statistic (rbcs)"

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Ratio of authorized control level risk-based capital of an insurance company to its total adjusted capital. This statistic determines regulatory action taken by the state's insurance commissioner. If the RBCS is greater than 200%, no regulatory action is required. If the RBCS is between 150 and 200%, the insurer must file a plan of corrective action with the insurance commissioner as well as provide an explanation of why the RBCS standards were not met. If the RBCS is between 100 and 150%, the insurer must file a plan of corrective action with the insurance commission and the insurance commissioner will examine the insurer. If the RBCS is between 70 and 150%, the insurance commissioner may seize the insurer. If the RBCS is below 70%, the insurance commissioner is required to liquidate or rehabilitate the insurer.

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