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  1. Pre-IPO Placement

    Pre-IPO placement is when a portion of an initial public offering (IPO) is placed with private investors right before the ...
  2. Early Warning Tests

    Early warning tests are a series of financial ratios and other criteria used to identify insurance companies that may require ...
  3. Chaplain Malpractice Insurance

    Chaplain malpractice insurance is liability insurance that provides coverage for chaplains, priests and other clergy members. ...
  4. American Risk and Insurance Association (ARIA)

    The American Risk and Insurance Association is a professional organization for academics and associates in the insurance ...
  5. Channeling

    Channeling is a commercial insurance policy, which insures employees and affiliated personnel under one policy.
  6. Omnibus Clause

    An omnibus clause is an automobile liability insurance policy clause extends coverage to individuals not named in the policy.
  7. Aircraft Insurance

    Aircraft insurance provides liability and property coverage of aircraft.
  8. Injury-In-Fact Trigger

    Injury-in-fact trigger is a coverage trigger theory that states that policy coverage activates when an injury or damage actually ...
  9. Accelerative Endowment

    An accelerative endowment is an option in a whole life insurance policy to use accumulated dividends to convert the policy ...
  10. Umpire Clause

    An umpire clause provides for a means of resolution by an unbiased third party if insurer and insured cannot agree on the ...
  11. Unallocated Benefit

    An unallocated benefit is a health insurance provision, in which the insurer covers extra hospital expenses up to a predetermined ...
  12. Health Insurance: Paying For Pre-Existing Conditions

    If you bring a pre-existing condition to a new insurer, you may find yourself without coverage.
  13. Buying Private Health Insurance

    Getting your own policy isn't easy or cheap but in some cases, it's well worth the effort.
  14. What Does Health Insurance Not Cover?

    Understanding the guidelines of health insurance is complex and many don't cover what you'd like. Find out which services ...
  15. Associate In Personal Insurance (API)

    The Associate In Personal Insurance designation is earned for completing training in personal lines insurance. It is conferred ...
  16. Actuarial Value

    Actuarial value is the percentage of total average costs for covered benefits that will be paid by a health insurance plan. ...
  17. Yacht Insurance

    Yacht insurance is an insurance policy that provides indemnity liability coverage on pleasure boats.
  18. Basic Extended Reporting Period (BERP)

    A basic extended reporting period is a reporting period extension provided to claims-made liability policyholders.
  19. Absolute Pollution Exclusion

    Absolute pollution exclusion is a commercial liability insurance clause that removes coverage of pollution that results from ...
  20. Cleanup Fund

    A cleanup fund is an insurance term referring to the final expenses associated with an individual after his/her death.
  21. Convertible Insurance

    Convertible insurance allows a policyholder to change a term policy into a whole or universal policy without going through ...
  22. Insurance Coverage Area

    Insurance coverage area refers to the geographic region in which an insurance policy’s benefits apply.
  23. Covenant Not To Execute

    A covenant not to execute is a lawsuit agreement in which the plaintiff agrees not to execute a judgment against the defendant. ...
  24. Windstorm Hazard

    Windstorm hazard refers to the risk that a property will sustain losses due to strong winds.
  25. Moving Up: Dream House Or Money Pit?

    If you are upgrading your home, here are some things you'll need to know so you don't spend more money than you need to. ...
  26. Industry Loss Warranty

    Industry loss warranty is an insurance or reinsurance contract in which coverage is triggered when losses experienced by ...
  27. Water Damage Clause

    A water damage clause in a property-casualty insurance contract states that the insured is covered for water damage that ...
  28. Soft Paper Report

    Soft paper report is a reference to a lack of confidence in a report's facts or general disrespect for a report's author.
  29. Cost-Sharing Reductions

    Cost-sharing reductions are a type of federal subsidy distributed as discounts that help reduce out-of-pocket costs for health-care ...
  30. Single Entity Coverage

    Single entity coverage is a type of insurance policy that covers all real property in a condominium, including common areas ...
  31. Fake Claims

    The term fake claims refers to insurance claims that are made fraudulently.
  32. Financial Quota Share

    A financial quota share is a reinsurance treaty in which the ceding company is responsible for a portion of the loss associated ...
  33. Coverage Trigger

    A coverage trigger is an event that must occur in order for a liability policy to apply to a loss.
  34. What is the financial services sector?

    The financial services sector consists of a diverse group of companies that goes beyond banks and credit unions.
  35. Financial Responsibility Clause

    A financial responsibility clause indicates that an auto insurance policy holder has the minimum required coverage for the ...
  36. Undivided Account

    An undivided account is an offering of a new issue in which underwriters are jointly and severally responsible for placing ...
  37. Single-Life Payout

    Single-Life Payout in a pension means only the employee will be receiving the payments for the rest of his/her life.
  38. Business Continuation Insurance

    Business continuation insurance helps companies minimize the financial impact and disruption if key executives or business ...
  39. Underbanked

    Underbanked is a term that refers to people who use fewer banking services, relying on cash more than checks, credit cards ...
  40. Minority IPO

    A minority IPO is an initial public offering in which shares are held back by a parent company to maintain a controlling ...
  41. Reverse Greenshoe Option

    A Reverse Greenshoe Option in a public offering underwriting agreement that gives the underwriter the right to sell the issuer ...
  42. Savings Association Insurance Fund - SAIF

    Savings Association Insurance Fund was a U.S. government insurance fund for savings and loans to protect depositors from ...
  43. Mortgage Insurance

    Mortgage insurance protects a mortgage lender or title holder if a borrower defaults on payments, dies or otherwise can't ...
  44. Wrap-Around Insurance Program

    A wrap-around insurance program is a policy which only provides punitive damages insurance for employment practices liability ...
  45. Comparative Interest Rate Method

    Comparative interest rate method is an interest-adjusted method of calculating the difference in cost between insurance policies. ...
  46. Opinion Of Title

    Opinion of title is a legal opinion attesting to the validity of the title deed to a piece of property.
  47. Active Retention

    Active retention is the practice of protecting against a loss via the designation of specific funds to pay for the expected ...
  48. Monopolistic State Fund

    A monopolistic state fund is a government owned and operated fund set up to provide a mandatory insurance service in certain ...
  49. Flood Insurance

    Flood insurance is a financial instrument that protects real property owners from water damage to the structure and/or contents ...
  50. Primary Insurance Amount - PIA

    Primary insurance amount is a calculation, used with the Average Indexed Monthly Earnings (AIME), to determine a person's ...
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