Indirect Claim

Indirect Claim

Claim of a financial intermediary; the intermediary relends funds to the deficit unit to enable it to acquire real assets.
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Gulf Times and QNBFS hereby disclaim any responsibility or any direct or indirect claim resulting from using this report.
Meanwhile, an Al-Qaeda-affiliated group warned Hezbollah of more attacks in the southern suburbs in what appeared to be an indirect claim of responsibility for Monday's suicide bombing in Tayyouneh.
An alternative explanation is that investors did not fully appreciate that tesobonos were a potential indirect claim on Mexico's international reserves.
The potential for displacement of populations as a result of these events could also have public health consequences increase liabilities of health and life insurers; Insurers and reinsurers have now focused additional attention on the possibility of indirect claims of this kind, adopting practices such as exclusions and increasing prices in order to mitigate the risks they present.
In other situations, he was able to leverage results of negotiated liability claims reductions, lowering indirect claims costs (as well as direct claims costs).
However, the indirect claims through credit risk of the two banks were far more substantial, it added.
Rational expectations as to the amount claimed and timing of the settlement process, including whether indirect claims will be reimbursed.
cost $87,500 (A2) Indirect Claims Costs (lost time, hiring and training fees for replacement workers, public relations, etc.