Blended Insurance Program

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Blended Insurance Program

Insurance that combines the profit-sharing and other advantages of finite insurance with the complete transfer of risk that comes with traditional insurance. It is also called an integrated insurance program.
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Bill has been instrumental in integrating the marine package and liability insurance programs to help the combined company achieve approximately $40 million in synergy savings in reduced premium expense with the integrated insurance program.
The case for an integrated insurance program is made by Jeff Summerville of Zurich.
To solve this issue, she purchased an integrated insurance program that combined all of her lines of coverage into one policy that provided her with an annual per occurrence limit as well as a three-year term limit.
A solution was developed that blended an integrated insurance program with a risk-financing component, managing the trade credit exposure at a cost the risk manager felt made sense.
Integrated insurance programs enable companies to secure highly customized coverage.
Integrated insurance programs also offer substantial stability, since coverage terms and pricing are set for a longer term.
An integrated insurance program that combines all of these lines of coverage into one policy that provides an annual per-occurrence limit, as well as, say, a three year term limit (and perhaps aggregate stop protection) seems like an eminently sensible alternative.
While tax and accounting regulations are trying to catch up, an integrated insurance program featuring both traditional and finite insurance can have advantages over a program comprising only traditional insurance.
has expanded its construction wrap-up capabilities to create integrated insurance programs designed specifically for major infrastructure projects.
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