(a) contracts of finite risk reinsurance must be excluded from the calculation of the proportional reinsurance element and the non-proportional reinsurance element;
(b) 'provisions in respect of
Long-Term Insurance Business' means the amount of Long-Term Insurance Liability in respect of the contracts concerned, except that the amount may not be less than 85% of the liability determined without taking reinsurance into account; and
(c) 'capital at risk' means the aggregate amount of sums assured on contracts of
Long-Term Insurance issued by an Insurer, minus the aggregate amount of provisions in respect of those contracts. Where the contract is an annuity, the sum assured must be taken to be the present value of the annuity payments. The capital at risk must be determined separately for each contract, and where the capital at risk calculated for a contract is less than zero, the capital at risk for that contract must be taken as zero.