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has aided the evolution of underwriting tools with its ISO HomeValue--an Internet-based residential replacement cost estimator that provides insurers and their agents access to valuable property data upon entry of an address.
The Board has determined that, subject to the prudential framework of limitations established in previous decisions to address the potential for conflicts of interests, unsound banking practices, or other adverse effects, underwriting and dealing in bank-ineligible securities are so closely related to banking as to be a proper incident thereto within the meaning of section 4(c)(8) of the BHC Act.
Homesite worked with a software vendor to integrate multiple system platforms to create an efficient and accurate underwriting system.
San Paolo-IMI also has committed that Mabon will conduct its bank-ineligible securities underwriting and dealing subject to the Board's revenue restriction.
Insurance carriers have a choice: they can ride the waves of the market cycle bobbing up and down like a small boat on the open sea, or they can chart their own course to long-term profitability on an ocean liner called disciplined underwriting.
Except for the prohibition on purchasing securities during the underwriting period, none of these funding firewalls was applied under the Board's original 1987 order but were added in 1989 when the range of permissible securities activities was expanded.
Disciplined underwriting has these qualities and contingencies.
based Companion Property & Casualty Group set out to build a more sophisticated underwriting and pricing module within its Internet applications, it also gained an added bonus: fewer and less costly resources were needed to maintain the new module vs.

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