Age-at-entry Pricing

Definition

This phrase relates to the practice in some PMI markets of calculating premiums using the policyholder's age at policy entry as the basis of risk. The insurer usually retains the right to increase premiums subsequently to allow for medical inflation or medical inflation in excess of levels assumed in the original calculation.

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