Bordereau


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Bordereau

A report made by an insurance company stating the risks to which it is exposed, but which it has reinsured. That is, the bordereau lists the risks for which the company has itself purchased insurance policies.
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And because all information is immutable, the reinsurer may not need to request the cedent to provide detailed premium or loss data through a bordereau. All told, blockchain and distributed ledgers provide the potential for new business processes that could be highly beneficial to reinsurers and their customers.
Chouvenc T, Li H-F, Austin, J, Bordereau C, Bourguignon T, Cameron SL, Cancello EM, Constantino R, Costa-Leonard AM, Eggleton P, Evans TA, Forschler B, Grace JK, Husseneder C, Krecek J, Lee C-Y, Lee T, Lo N, Messenger M, Mullins A, Robert A, Roisin Y, Scheffrahn RH, Sillam-Dusses D, Sobotnik J, Szalnaski A, Takematsu Y, Vargo EL, Yamada A, Yoshimura T, Su N-Y.
Cette loi, dont le decret d'application n'a ete adopte que le 3 septembre dernier, constitue bel et bien une percee indeniable en vue de doter le Maroc d'une veritable pratique archivistique ou plan de classement, bordereau de versement et calendrier de conservation seraient monnaie courante dans le quotidien du fonctionnaire et du salarie marocains.
As proof he obtained a sample of Esterhazy's handwriting and confirmed that it was identicalnot similar but identicalto that of the bordereau. Armed with this certainty, Picquart then reviewed the documents of the dossier secret and saw that there was nothing in them of probative value.
A loss bordereau contains a detailed list of claims and claims expenses outstanding and paid by the managing general agent, third party administrator or reinsured during the reporting period, reflecting the amount of indemnity applicable thereto.
Dreyfus had been convicted on the basis of a letter, known as the bor-dereau, sent to the intelligence chief in the German embassy in Paris and uncovered in his wastebasket by a cleaning woman/ intelligence agent, that referred to several secret documents that the bordereau's writer had given to the Germans.
Every termite species makes its own particular multicomponent cocktail (see reviews by Costa-Leonardo et al., 2009; Bordereau & Pasteels, 2011) and secretes it from glands located on the underside of their abdomens.
Although restricted by the language of the law, the regulation could have defined required filings narrowly, simplified filing content, and streamlined the process by, for instance, allowing bordereau filings on a periodic basis along with a insurer's certification of compliance and a commitment to maintain adequate records for any subsequent audit.
As Bordereau (2011) has noted, the first two topics stand to form the core of Noirot's enduring legacy.
The only piece of evidence produced against Dreyfus had been the handwriting on a flimsy sheet of paper: the notorious bordereau (fist, or schedule) promising to deliver some not very interesting items of military information to the attache.
San avait annonce samedi l'arrestation de la jeune femme agee de 22 ans, dont le numero de telephone figurait sur le bordereau des colis.