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  • The New Paradigm for Financial Markets also by george soros The Age of Fallibility: The Consequences of the War on Terror The Bubble of American Supremacy: The Cost of Bush’s War in Iraq George Soros on Globalization Open Society: Reforming Global Capitalism The Crisis of Global Capitalism: Open Society Endangered Soros on Soros: Staying Ahead of the Curve Underwriting Democracy Opening the Soviet System The Alchemy of Finance: Reading the Mind of the Market

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  • 478 Making Key Strategic Decisions APPENDIX A DUE DILIGENCE EXAMINATION OUTLINE The goal of due diligence is to understand fully the business of the issuer, to identify the risks and problems it will face, and to assure that the registration statement is complete and accurate. Thoughtful analysis concerning the particular issuer as well as the experience, knowledge and care of the underwriters and their counsel in this process represent the critical ingredients of due diligence.

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  • There are a number of good reasons to ground but primary among them is to ensure personnel safety. The following agencies and organizations all have recommendations and / or standards for grounding, to ensure that personnel safety is being protected.

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  • Randy’s dream has come true. An insurance underwriter for the last four years, he can finally call himself a manager. His boss recently told him, “You’ve worked hard, the agents like you, and your results have been outstanding. So we’re going to put you in charge of one of our underwriting units. Our hope is you’ll teach your employees how you do it, and your success will rub off on them.”

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  • Reoffering yield In a purchase and sale, the yield to maturity at which the underwriter offers to sell the bonds to investors. Reopen an issue The Treasury, when it wants to sell additional securities, will occasionally sell more of an existing issue (reopen it) rather than offer a new issue. Reorganization Creating a plan to restructure a debtor's business and restore its financial health. Replacement cost Cost to replace a firm's assets. Replacement cycle The frequency with which an asset is replaced by an equivalent asset. Replacement value Current cost of replacing the firm's assets.

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  • Lightning protection systems have changed drastically since Benjamin Franklin first invented lighting rods in 1752. Today's systems must protect modern appliances, electrical systems and building constructions - they have to keep up with tile changing requirements of modern technology. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) keeps up with these changes.

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  • The balance sheets of life and non-life insurance companies reflect the importance of technical (insurance underwriting) risks for insurance firms. Life insurance companies typically have the greater part of their liabilities taken up by technical provisions, in some jurisdictions more than 80 percent. This reflects the amount that the firm is setting aside to pay potential claims on the policies that it has written. Correspondingly, more than 90 percent of the assets of life insurance companies comprise the investment portfolio held to support these liabilities.

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  • Finding a solution to structural poverty requires a review of the devel- opment model as well as the macroeconomic policies adopted by gov- ernments. Social development and economic growth must be under- stood as integral parts of the same process. Eliminating the causes of structural poverty requires overcoming the false dichotomy between the social and economic aspects of development. In other words, poverty reduction should be the main objective of macroeconomic policies in the social sectors....

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  • As the financial system in most emerging economies is centred on banks, an important aspect of the development of bond markets is the impact on the banking system. One frequently heard worry is that bond markets could take business away from the banks. This raises some potential concerns for bank supervisors. On the other hand, if it means firms are less vulnerable to weaknesses in the banking system, corporate bond issuance can help central banks achieve steady economic growth.

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  • Many associations let insurance companies and agents offer long-term care insurance to their members. These policies are like other types of long-term care insurance and typically require medical underwriting. Like employer- group policies, association policies usually give their members a choice of benefit options. In most cases, policies sold through associations must let members keep or convert their coverage after leaving the association. Be careful about joining an association just to buy any insurance coverage. Review your rights if the policy is terminated or canceled. ...

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  • Most crop insurance policies are either production-based or revenue- based. For production-based policies, a farmer can receive a payment if there is a production loss relative to the farmer’s historical production per acre. Revenue-based policies protect against crop revenue loss resulting from declines in production, price, or both.

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  • This paper primarily addresses the relationship between a fund’s board and adviser and their respective roles in addressing risk issues impacting the fund. Some of the discussion may also apply to the fund’s relationship with other service providers, such as the fund’s administrator, principal underwriter, transfer agent, accountant, and custodian. Those providers also manage the risks associated with the services they provide to the funds. For instance, the transfer agent may manage the risks associated with maintaining shareholder records.

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  • When I first began discussing the concept of a book on governmental accounting for nonaccountants, the publisher, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., asked a good question: “Who would be interested in a book on governmental accounting who is not an accountant?” The quick answers were obvious—bond underwriters and investors, lawyers, elected officials, financial and other managers working in government, labor unions, and so forth.

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  • If you already have health problems that are likely to mean you will need long-term care (for example, Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease), you probably won’t be able to buy a policy. Insurance companies have medical underwriting standards to keep the cost of long-term care insurance affordable. Without such standards, most people would not buy coverage until they needed long-term care services. Some states have a regulation requiring the insurance company and the agent to go through a worksheet with you to decide if long-term care insurance is right for you.

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  • During the second half of the 1990s, mortgage underwriting increasingly incorporated credit scores and other automated evaluations of credit histories. As of 1999, approximately 60 to 70 percent of all mortgages were underwritten using an automated evaluation of credit, and the share was rising2 . The automated quantification of the information in credit reports has not simply been used to decide whether or not to extend credit, but has also been used to set prices and terms for mortgages and other consumer credit.

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  • The increased speed at which underwriting decisions can be made has created pressure to complete credit applications more quickly. Some contend that the combination of this increased pace and the increased ability to customize the price charged based on credit allows lenders to approve a larger share of consumers for loans, but not necessarily at the best rates for which they qualify.

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  • The final risk-sharing component of the SRA is the “net book quota share,” defined as the proportion of a company’s overall gain or loss over its entire “book of business” that is ceded to the government after all other reinsurance provisions in the SRA have been applied. Under the SRA, companies must cede a 6.5% share of their cumulative underwriting gains/losses to the government. During years in which there are underwriting gains, 1.5% of this share is distributed back to companies that sell and service policyholders in 17 underserved states.

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  • All estimates in this report are based on samples of 100 cases or more. Estimates are not shown for certain race groups, nor for children living with no employed adults, because these samples were too small. The tables in this report show estimated percentages of Wisconsin residents based on survey responses. These estimates should not be treated as precise results because they are derived from a sample. A 95 percent confidence interval (+) is printed in a column next to each percentage estimate; this means that 95 percent of similar surveys would obtain an estimate within...

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  • The widespread use of credit scores to underwrite and price automobile and homeowners insurance has generated considerable concern that the practice may significantly restrict the availability of affordable insurance products to minority and low- income consumers. However, no existing studies have effectively examined whether credit scores have a disproportionate negative impact on minorities or other demographic groups, primarily because of the lack of public access to appropriate data.

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  • The charge for loan impairment fell by $1 ,117 million, or 56 per cent, to $883 million. This was a result of improving economic conditions in most of our markets as well as our consistently robust risk management processes and underwriting standards. Consumer Banking also benefitted from a largely secured lending portfolio. The Wholesale Banking impairment charge, which was driven by a small number ...

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