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Secrets of Bonding #104: Your Bid is BUSTED!

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Contractors put so much effort into the bidding process. 773 more words

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Stroke Rounds: Long Work Hours, Stroke and CHD Risk Associated | Medpage Today

via Stroke Rounds: Long Work Hours, Stroke and CHD Risk Associated | Medpage Today.

“Working 55 hours or more a week was associated with significant 33% increase in stroke risk and a more modest 13% increase in risk of developing coronary heart disease, compared to working 35 to 40 hours weekly, in the analysis of published and previously unpublished prospective cohort studies from the U.S., Europe, and Australia.”

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Pre-Qualify/Pre-Approval/Loan Commitment. Know the Difference.

Let’s face it, getting a loan is not the fun part of home ownership.  But, more often than not, it is needed in order to own a home!   318 more words

The Social Engineering Cyber Exposure

From the 2015 PLUS Professional Risk Symposium session “Bitcoins, Phishing…When is Cyber Crime ‘Just’ a Crime?” Scott L. Schmookler, Esq. (Gordon & Rees) and Steven Balmer (Travelers Bond & Specialty Insurance) discuss the issue of social engineering as a cyber liability exposure, how it is being addressed by underwriters, and how this growing exposure has changed the way policies work. 108 more words

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Is Underwriting an Art or a Science?

From the 2015 PLUS Professional Risk Symposium session “Inside the Underwriter’s Studio,” moderator Carrie Brodzinski (XL Group) and panelists Lynn Halper (PartnerRe), Rob Schueler (Travelers) and Ziad Kubursi, RPLU (Philadelphia Insurance Company) discuss whether underwriting is more art than science, the importance of analytics and how transparency with an underwriting model can be both good and bad. 38 more words

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