Fidelity Insurance

Fidelity Insurance

An agreement whereby, for a designated sum of money, one party agrees to guarantee the loyalty and honesty of an agent, officer, or employee of an employer by promising to compensate the employer for losses incurred as a result of the disloyalty or dishonesty of such individuals.

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Describe how your organization is properly licensed, bonded, and/or insured (both fidelity insurance and errors and omissions insurance).
Blodget Construction Association, Construction Service Association, Ken Blodgett, Sharon Blodgett, Kelly Wendt and International Fidelity Insurance Company
The new insurers are allowed to write one or more classes including fire, life, motor, cash-in-transit, cash-in-safe and fidelity insurance, according to Clyde & Co.
Take time with your client to review their crime or fidelity insurance policy.
Though readily available from a number of major insurance companies, fidelity insurance often does not cover big losses.
In the first payment of debts owed, International Fidelity Insurance Co.
Companies should also consider taking out fidelity insurance to cover employee fraud.
In addition to filing criminal charges and suing the employee, the shop turned to an often-overlooked route: fidelity insurance.
As concern about employee and vendor fraud increases, so does interest in fidelity insurance, which responds to the theft of money or property by current or former employees, temporary personnel, trustees and directors.
Kinsey is 32, twice divorced, drives a VW Beetle, lives in a converted garage, cuts her hair with nail scissors, and has lost her primary gig as an investigator for the California Fidelity Insurance company.
MassMutual RetireEase Choice(SM1) becomes the second deferred income annuity in the Fidelity Insurance Network (FIN) portfolio, joining New York Life's Guaranteed Future Income Annuity II2.

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