The mortgage insurance entity reported May 5 that the company ended the first quarter of 2011 with a risk-to-capital ratio of 24.4 to 1 and $39 million in excess MPP. The fourth quarter of 2010 ended with excess MPP of roughly $184 million and a risk-to-capital ratio of 19.9 to 1. The company’s mortgage insurance subsidiary holds just $257.8 million in statutory capital, $320.3 million below the minimum set by Arizona law, which regulates the company. And its risk-to-capital ratio is 58.1-to-1, well above the regulatory maximum of 25-to-1. "
i think PMI can find in 60 days 100 or 200 $ milion it is not inpossible!