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This excerpt taken from the ZNT 8-K filed Jul 24, 2006.

Combined Ratios

The combined ratios, expressed as a percentage, are key measurements of profitability traditionally used in the property-casualty insurance business.  The ratios discussed in this press release are calculated using GAAP financial results (defined as accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America).  The combined ratio is the sum of the loss and loss adjustment expense ratio and the underwriting and other operating expense ratio.  The loss and loss adjustment expense ratio is the percentage of net incurred loss and loss adjustment expenses to net premiums earned.  The underwriting and other operating expense ratio is the percentage of underwriting and other operating expenses to net premiums earned.

This excerpt taken from the ZNT 8-K filed Apr 20, 2006.

Combined Ratios

The combined ratios, expressed as a percentage, are key measurements of profitability traditionally used in the property-casualty insurance business. The ratios discussed in this press release are calculated using GAAP financial results (defined as accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America). The combined ratio is the sum of the loss and loss adjustment expense ratio and the underwriting and other operating expense ratio. The loss and loss adjustment expense ratio is the percentage of net incurred loss and loss adjustment expenses to net premiums earned. The underwriting and other operating expense ratio is the percentage of underwriting and other operating expenses to net premiums earned.

This excerpt taken from the ZNT 8-K filed Feb 1, 2006.

Combined Ratios

The combined ratios, expressed as a percentage, are key measurements of profitability traditionally used in the property-casualty insurance business. The ratios discussed in this press release are calculated using GAAP financial results (defined as accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America).  The combined ratio is the sum of the loss and loss adjustment expense ratio and the underwriting and other operating expense ratio. The loss and loss adjustment expense ratio is the percentage of net incurred loss and loss adjustment expenses to net premiums earned. The underwriting and other operating expense ratio is the percentage of underwriting and other operating expenses to net premiums earned.

 

This excerpt taken from the ZNT 8-K filed Oct 26, 2005.

Combined Ratios

 

The combined ratios, expressed as a percentage, are key measurements of profitability traditionally used in the property-casualty insurance business. The ratios discussed in this press release are calculated using GAAP financial results (defined as accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America).  The combined ratio is the sum of the loss and loss adjustment expense ratio and the underwriting and other operating expense ratio. The loss and loss adjustment expense ratio is the percentage of net incurred loss and loss adjustment expenses to net premiums earned. The underwriting and other operating expense ratio is the percentage of underwriting and other operating expenses to net premiums earned.

 

This excerpt taken from the ZNT 8-K filed Jul 28, 2005.

Combined Ratios

The combined ratios, expressed as a percentage, are key measurements of profitability traditionally used in the property-casualty insurance business. The ratios discussed in this press release are calculated using GAAP financial results (defined as accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America).  The combined ratio is the sum of the loss and loss adjustment expense ratio and the underwriting and other operating expense ratio. The loss and loss adjustment expense ratio is the percentage of net incurred loss and loss adjustment expenses to net premiums earned. The underwriting and other operating expense ratio is the percentage of underwriting and other operating expenses to net premiums earned.

 

This excerpt taken from the ZNT 8-K filed Apr 26, 2005.

Combined Ratios

The combined ratios, expressed as a percentage, are key measurements of profitability traditionally used in the property-casualty insurance business. The ratios discussed in this press release are calculated using GAAP financial results (defined as accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America).  The combined ratio is the sum of the loss and loss adjustment expense ratio and the underwriting and other operating expense ratio. The loss and loss adjustment expense ratio is the percentage of net incurred loss and loss adjustment expenses to net premiums earned. The underwriting and other operating expense ratio is the percentage of underwriting and other operating expenses to net premiums earned.

 

This excerpt taken from the ZNT 8-K filed Feb 2, 2005.

Combined Ratios

 

The combined ratios, expressed as a percentage, are key measurements of profitability traditionally used in the property-casualty insurance business. The ratios discussed in this press release are calculated using GAAP financial results (defined as accounting principles generally accepted in the United States of America).  The combined ratio is the sum of the loss and loss adjustment expense ratio and the underwriting and other operating expense ratio. The loss and loss adjustment expense ratio is the percentage of net incurred loss and loss adjustment expenses to net premiums earned. The underwriting and other operating expense ratio is the percentage of underwriting and other operating expenses to net premiums earned.

 

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