Best estimates gross underwriting losses as of the third quarter of 2012 to be about $15.
What does BE stand for?
BE stands for Best Estimate
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We have 59 other meanings of BE in our Acronym Attic
- Below or Equal
- Beneficiary (IRB)
- Bentwood Elementary School (Kansas)
- Beriev (Soviet aircraft designer)
- Bern (Berne; Suisse Canton)
- Bern (Swiss Canton and Capital)
- Best Effort (DOCSIS 1.1)
- Best Effort (SBNS 8.8)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Two steps are involved: setting the best estimate; and then considering how to transform the best estimate into a pricing assumption.
My best estimate at present is that Kony and the senior leaders are probably in the Central African Republic," General Carter Ham said during an appearance at the Center for Strategic and International Studies stressed that the LRA "continues to terrorize, appears to have dropped any national political agenda and in recent years his marauding is currently training a battalion in DR Congo and is in talks to train a second.
The evaluation represents an increase of 81% over the best estimate announced in conjunction with the purchase of the asset in mid-2008.
The historic bias that used cost as the best estimate of fair value is giving way to the practice of applying a valuation methodology appropriate for the facts and circumstances of an investment.
Best estimates for the extension of the Metro Red Line put the price tag at nearly $5 billion by the time it's finished, a figure equal to what it cost for all the light rail lines and the Valley busway put together.
Measurement Once it is determined that a benefit for a tax position may be recognized (as described above), the amount must be determined based on the best estimate of the amount that will be sustained.
23) A "more likely than not" level of confidence should be sufficient for recognition of the benefit in the financial statements because that amount would represent the enterprise's best estimate of what it believes the tax outcome will ultimately be.