Group of insurance contracts

A set of insurance contracts resulting from the division of a portfolio of insurance contracts into, at a minimum, contracts written within a period of no longer than one year and that, at initial recognition:

  1. are onerous, if any;
  2. have no significant possibility of becoming onerous subsequently, if any; or
  3. do not fall into either (a) or (b), if any.




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