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Table 7
Results from Baseline Simulations
BIF Only
(000 omitted)
  Baseline Baseline without Oakar Adjustment Oliver, Wyman & Company Resultsa
Expected Loss (EL) $1,029,281 $1,081,123 $1,100,000
Unexpected Loss (UL) $2,964,964 $3,122,898 $3,240,000
Solvency ($30 Billion) 99.82% 99.80% 99.81%
Solvency ($40 Billion) 99.91% 99.89% n.a.
A Rating Solvency $44,730,822 $47,679,389 $46,840,000
A- Rating Solvency $40,281,094 $42,809,475 $42,760,000
BBB+ Rating Solvency $33,966,694 $35,607,379 $35,210,000
BBB Rating Solvency $30,126,141 $31,343,388 $30,840,000
BIF Balance 12/31/2000 $29,863,000 $29,863,000 $29,863,000
BIF and SAIF Merged
(000 omitted)
  Baseline Oliver, Wyman & Company Resultsa
Expected Loss (EL) $1,348,092 $1,360,000
Unexpected Loss (UL) $3,967,074 $3,610,000
Solvency ($30 Billion) 99.74% n.a.
Solvency ($40 Billion) 99.85% 99.87%
A Rating Solvency $55,106,919 $51,320,000
A- Rating Solvency $50,532,935 $45,560,000
BBB+ Rating Solvency $42,725,025 $40,320,000
BBB Rating Solvency $35,584,250 $35,270,000
BIF and SAIF Balance 12/31/2000 $40,591,000 $40,591,000
"a Analyzing Policy Options for Deposit Insurance Reform: Phase II (Oliver, Wyman & Company, LLC, September 2000), 16"

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