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buy in

Business the purchase of a company by a manager or group who does not work for that company
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The buy-in policy for the Smiths Industries Pension Scheme relates to more than 2,000 legacy scheme pensioners and covers liabilities of GBP176 million.
Today's announcement of buy-in proposals brings full circle a 2014 announcement of a proposed drop down transaction that sought, among other things, to make Enbridge Income Fund Holdings Inc.
Prudential Retirement, a unit of financial services company Prudential Financial Inc (NYSE:PRU), disclosed on Tuesday that it has collaborated with Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) to create a new approach for expediting longevity reinsurance transactions for smaller pension buy-ins and buy-outs.
Mercer also notes that 2015 is the second-largest year on record in the UK pension buy-in and buyout market, with pension plans transferring economic responsibility for PS12.3bn of defined benefit pension obligations to insurers.
The decision to employ a buy-in is usually part of a phased strategy to reduce plan risk.
Summary paragraph: Will buy-ins and buyouts take hold in the U.S.?
These games require buy-ins ranging from $100-$300.
Rob Yong, managing director of the Dusk Till Dawn club, a successful international poker player himself, said: "Due to the range of di"erent buy-ins, I expect this to be the biggest UK poker festival ever.
The first week consists of mini events with buy-ins as low as $1.10, while the second week includes nightly high profile tourneys culminating with a $400,000 guaranteed prize Main Event on December 1st.
Preparation objectives of a buy-in or buy out, to facilitate a smooth, speedy and focused process
Online satellites start from as little as EUR5 and qualifiers will win a EUR950 package, which includes a EUR550 buy-in and three nights' accommodation at the Gleneagle Hotel.
A slightly more sophisticated criticism of the plan is that it would worsen Medicare's financial problems through "adverse selection." Unlike Social Security or Medicare Part A, the president's buy-in program would be voluntary, which means a disproportionate number of the people flocking to sign up for it would be those having trouble finding alternative coverage at a reasonable price -- i.e., those who present the worst health risk and thus bear the highest price-tag for coverage.