Predicate: reinsure

Roleset id: reinsure.01 , to mitigate risks to an insurancy company by buying secondary insurance upon policies, Source: , vncls: , framnet:

reinsure.01: REINSURANCE-N NOTES: Based on ontonouns. Slight comparison with insure.02. Framed by Katie. (from reinsurance.01-n)


reinsurance (n.)
reinsure (v.)


        Arg0-PAG: first insurance company, original insurer
        Arg1-PPT: thing insured
        Arg2-COM: second insurance company, reinsurer
        Arg3-VSP: for how much
        Arg4-GOL: beneficiary
        Arg5-VSP: danger

Example: reinsurance-n: args 0, 1

        Life insurers are telling Congress that their reinsurance of federal employee programs is necessary and should not be eliminated.

        Arg2: their
        Rel: reinsurance
        Arg1: of federal employee programs

Example: reinsurance-n: arg5

        This can push insurance companies away from purchasing reinsurance against large catastrophe events and toward purchasing reinsurance for smaller events.

        Rel: reinsurance
        Arg5: against large catastrphe events

Example: reinsurance-n: arg2

        Insurers purchase reinsurance for other insurers for a number of reasons

        Rel: reinsurance
        Arg2: for other insurers

Example: reinsurance-n: arg3

        ...if an insurer would like to receive reinsurance for $10 million and negotiates a 20 percent ceding commission...

        Rel: reinsurance
        Arg3: for $10 million

Example: reinsure-v: new policy

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        [LandAmerica * 1] would pay his newly formed shop [ * 1]to reinsure the policy.

        Arg2: his newly formed shop
        Rel: reinsure
        Arg1: the policy.

Example: reinsure-v: provide additional insurance

        person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns

        The distressed agent told him that Lloyds of London had reinsured this packet of gems for 1.5 million dollars.

        Arg2: Lloyds of London
        Rel: reinsured
        Arg1: this packet of gems
        Arg3: for 1.5 million dollars.