Monoline


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Monoline

A business that only has one competency. For example, a factory that only makes one component part of an oil pump and nothing else may be called a monoline.
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Our monoline equipment breakdown business has grown impressively since its inception in late 2011," noted Michele Sansone, President of XL Catlin's North America property business.
Monolines cover the risk of defaults on bonds and other securities.
The monoline product covers small and mid-sized risks with a policy premium up to $25,000, and it may be particularly suited for risks involving clerical office employees, retail stores, physicians and outside sales.
demonstrated its Unijet monoline system with a Netstal Discjet 600 molding press.
From 2007 through the first quarter of 2011, the 12 firms included in the study took aggregate credit provisions in the form of Counterparty Valuation Adjustment (CVA) Charges of approximately $54 billion on their monoline exposures.
Recently, the currency market has been largely swayed by negative news in connection with monolines and the U.
SEATTLE, March 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Safeco announced today it is now offering its workers compensation product on a stand-alone -- or monoline -- basis in 25 states.
said it's launched two new products: a monoline employment practices liability insurance coverage and the addition of animal shelters to the company's nonprofit product offering.
Coverage will be monoline, written on a claims-made-and-reported basis and covers bodily injury and legal defense costs within the limit of liability.
Despite constant emphasis on improving cycle times and quality, injection molding of compact discs has changed relatively little since disc replication moved from the clean room to the monoline some years ago.
These positive rating factors are partially offset by the inherent challenges associated with largely being a single state, monoline medical malpractice insurer, particularly as they relate to price competition, legislative (tort) reform, loss cost trends and regulatory challenges.
market will react to these monoline rescue plans, said Kwang-ja Kim, deputy general manager of Shinsei Bank's capital markets division.