A Policy holder refers to the name of the person who is listed as the subscriber member of the insurance policy.
The policy holder is the primary insured and the person who holds the car insurance policy.
A person or organisation that takes out an insurance policy.
( titulaire de la police ou porteur de la police ou contractant) A person in whose favour an insurance policy is issued. Commonly interchangeable with "Assured" and "Insured".
The owner of a life or health insurance policy.
The person or entity that holds an insurance policy. This is the same as the policy owner, but not necessarily the same as the insured.
The individual or entity t owns the life insurance policy. The Policyholder may different from the insured. For example, a grandparent (the Policyholder) may own a life policy on a grandchild (the insured).
The owner of the policy. With group life insurance, the business would be the policy holder, and the participating employees would be the insured.
The owner of an insurance policy
The person that owns the life insurance contract. Premium The periodic payment required to keep the life insurance contract in force.
The person who owns a life insurance policy. This is usually the insured person, but it may also be a relative of the insured, a partnership or a corporation.
Individual that has a written and signed agreement with their insurance provider
Generally taken to mean the owner of the policy.