Aggregate stop-loss insurance is an insurance policy that limits claim coverage (losses) to a specific amount.
A broker of record, in insurance, is an agent designated by the policy holder to represent and manage a policyholder's insurance policy.
Loss reserve is an estimate of an insurer’s liability from future claims.
Online-to-Offline Commerce is a business strategy that draws potential customers from online channels to make purchases in physical stores.
A firm is a business organization, such as a corporation, limited liability company or partnership, that sells goods or services to make a profit.
Commercial lines insurance helps keep the economy running smoothly by protecting businesses from potential losses they couldn’t afford to cover.
Gap insurance protects car owners when the compensation received from a total loss does not fully cover the amount still owed on a financing agreement.
Collision insurance is auto coverage that reimburses the insured for damage sustained to their personal automobile, due to the fault of the insured driver.
Underwriting fees are monies collected by underwriters for underwriting services.
Catastrophe insurance protects businesses and residences against natural disasters, such as earthquakes and floods, and against man-made disasters.