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  1. He then offered to underwrite all of my costs for July.
  2. This helps them understand how to properly underwrite insurance.
  3. He recognized the symbolism of pride that must underwrite all such.
  4. Thirdly, you can be a writer or grantor of options and underwrite the buyers.
  5. The analysis is used to decide whether Chubb will underwrite management liability coverage for specific technology risks.

  6. Here is one to the jaw for all that is noble and valuable and conducive to dreams, and here comes one on the ear for all the suffering those dreams underwrite.
  7. We've struggled to underwrite moats based on intellectual capital, say in a company like Qualcomm, where its earnings power is enormous if all its patents hold up.
  8. And didn’t the Medicis underwrite Raphael? Hadn’t his own father subsidized the Rothko kids’ therapy bills? A little lower, he told the art hanger, a blue-eyed ectomorph who, two years out of Bennington, was clocking sixty-five dollars an hour.
  9. At the time of the filing, Pressprich was to manage the syndicate that would underwrite the offering, but that firm was soon replaced by White, Weld and Company, a leading New York City investment banking firm prior to its merger in 1978 into Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith.
  1. The selection of markets (underwriting) is very important.
  2. It turned ugly very fast and was due to poor underwriting.
  3. In all, the underwriting group included 128 firms—117 U.
  4. In 1977 the winds in insurance underwriting were squarely behind us.
  5. The most important function in the insurance company is underwriting.
  6. A third incentive drives the investment bankers who do the underwriting.
  7. In underwriting you have a process for trade selection and risk management.
  8. The credit score of the borrower is a major component in and underwriting.
  9. The underwriting is very important when one is running an insurance business.
  10. Hence, trade selection, like insurance underwriting, is the key to this business.
  11. Unless rates rise at a comparable 1% per month, underwriting profits must shrink.
  12. When the claims are more than the premiums received, there is an underwriting loss.
  13. Sponsors Attuned to the Needs of Bankers and the Wall Street Underwriting Community.
  15. One of the key success factors of TOMIC is the underwriting skills of you as manager.
  16. These are the definitions underwriting cosmology and while my work is that much ignored;.
  17. To improve your underwriting skills, meaning trade selection, you have to be open to feedback.
  18. The underwriting group also included Dillon Read; Halsey Stuart; Kidder, Peabody; Kuhn Loeb & Co.
  19. White, Weld obtained by far the largest participation in the underwriting, 218,000 shares, or 14.
  20. First, it unquestionably brought profit contributions and overhead coverage to its underwriting department.
  21. They were crammed with books on property taxes, real estate law, underwriting, and other scintillating topics.
  22. Risk Selection: Identifying the risk it is willing to take, which means being good at underwriting and pricing.
  23. If the underwriting unit is wrong, the loss ratio will be higher than expected, and the company will lose money.
  24. The options were granted at fair market value (26 per share) on the date the underwriting agreement was signed.
  25. Indeed, Corporation’s $39 million gross proceeds from its underwriting was relatively large for an issue of this type.
  26. Brewing could have gone public by offering its stock via a Pressprich or White, Weld and Company or equivalent underwriting.
  27. Corporation incurred expenses of about $330,000 in connection with the underwriting, over and above the underwriting discount.
  28. Pressprich and Company would manage the underwriting of 1 million Corporation common at around 26, which later increased to 1.
  29. In an insurance company like Allstate the underwriting department defines the expected losses for a specific group of insured.
  30. It is probably the most important function at TOMIC, underwriting and the decision-making process on the risks to be acquired.
  31. It is true that this difference of $3 per share was paid not to the management but to those underwriting and selling the shares.
  32. The next-largest participation for a firm in the underwriting group was 33,000 shares, taken down by Dillon, Read and Kuhn, Loeb.
  33. The investors were to obtain one half of the gain from the underwriting, as measured by the difference between 90 and 72, plus $.
  34. Very large rate increases were effected throughout the industry in 1976 to offset the disastrous underwriting results of 1974 and 1975.
  35. And since the Europeans ruled most of the rest of the world, American investments were essentially underwriting Europe’s empires, too.
  36. The first agreement was the Underwriting Agreement (sometimes called the Purchase Agreement), entered into between White, Weld and Corporation.
  37. Yet it seems likely that Facebook was a lot less sensitive to the needs and desires of the underwriting community than were the Hertz Sponsors.
  38. The losses from insurance contracts, commonly known as underwriting losses, come from insurance contracts on which the company had to pay claims.
  39. And it also is clear that as long as many large insurers feel compelled to choose that second op tion, there will be no better day for underwriting.
  40. Risk management is a continuous process involving everything from underwriting (selecting the trade), sizing of positions, and active money management.
  41. As though to appear balanced, even after consuming a pint, Palit conceded to the presence of black sheep on the underwriting side of the fence as well.
  42. Yet, White, Weld purchased no discount stock and received no special fees: it participated only in its share of the underwriting spread, or discount, of $1.
  43. It is a tribute to the honesty and competence of the underwriting firms that they are able to combine fairly well the discordant roles of adviser and salesman.
  44. Sponsors have proven to be very skillful resource converters who appear to be very sensitive to the needs of bankers and the Wall Street underwriting community.
  45. Underwriting options is an approach that is rarely recommended to new traders, but it can have an appeal to experienced investors - even if they are new to options.
  46. The Wall Street community rapidly withdrew support from Leasco, and its investment bankers produced various stated reasons for no longer underwriting Leasco securities.
  47. In most states if someone has a group policy a lot of the carriers will cover a preexisting condition, but can raise the price if they are a medical underwriting state.
  48. Recently the pace of rate increases has slowed dramatically, and it is our expectation that underwriting margins generally will be declining by the second half of the year.
  49. You will need to be extremely disciplined in order to follow the trading plan, making sure that the entries and exits are followed, and that the underwriting is done correctly.
  50. Examples: Opportunistic entries into reinsurance underwriting after recent catastrophes have made reinsurance capital scarce and boosted the prospective rewards for underwriting.
  51. For example, in a life insurance policy, the underwriting unit is the one that figures out how long a 40-year-old male, nonsmoker, with a clean bill of health is expected to live.
  52. However, it would have been virtually impossible for a secondary underwriting to be arranged on such a basis that the Schaefer family interests would be able to realize $86 million in cash.
  53. Since the issue was in demand, these underwriters and their sales forces were able to realize their allotted compensation both for performing the underwriting function and as selected dealers.
  54. Unlike the institutional investors, Leasco had meaningful exposure; if a public underwriting was not accomplished by September 1969, Leasco would have had to pay the guaranteed price with its own funds.
  55. We do not know the reasons why White, Weld and Company was substituted as managing underwriter for Pressprich, and why Pressprich was not a member of the Corporation’s underwriting group in any capacity when the 1.
  56. The insurance company’s investment departments normally receive continuous new injections of cash from the underwriting departments, growing out of increases in premium volume and, it is hoped, from underwriting profits.
  57. The second agreement was the Agreement Among Underwriters (sometimes simply called the Agreement Among) between White, Weld as representative of all the underwriters and each individual firm that became a party to the underwriting.
  58. In 1959 we stated at this point: The bad results of this unsound attitude show themselves recurrently in the underwriting field and with notable effects in the sale of new common stock issues during periods of active speculation.
  59. Finally, most of the high returns on IPOs are captured by members of an exclusive private club—the big investment banks and fund houses that get shares at the initial (or underwriting) price, before the stock begins public trading.
  60. Although at times they participate in selling operations, which carry larger allowances than the ordinary market commission, their interest in pushing such individual issues is less vital than that of the underwriting houses who actually own them.
  61. Also, in the event White, Weld was to find itself in the type of promotional position that Pressprich was in, in these transactions, Pressprich or others might be more sympathetic to managing an underwriting of a White, Weld deal than it would otherwise.
  62. It apparently resulted in the withdrawal of Wall Street sponsorship from Leasco,1 and at the minimum contributed to Leasco’s inability to consummate a public underwriting in 1969 or 1970, which has much to do with the outcome of the story that is the subject of this case.
  63. Not only were the Schaefer family interests able to realize $86 million of cash from doing what they did, but also they may well have achieved a much better aftermarket for their remaining holdings in Brewing’s parent than would have been the case on straight underwriting.
  64. A registered secondary might be accomplishable only via an underwriting, the cost of which might run from 7 to 10 percent of the gross proceeds, and at that, might be accomplishable only during periods when both the new-issue market was doing well and Corporation itself was prospering.
  65. First, it demonstrates that profits can be obtained in many ways by investors, as, for example, the profits garnered by those members of the public fortunate enough to obtain Schaefer Corporation common stock on the initial underwriting who then sold their stock within the ensuing eighteen months.
  66. Normal profitability and valuation multiples are not going to be what they were during that time, given more regulatory oversight, less leverage (and thus capital to lend), higher funding costs, stricter underwriting standards, less demand and less esoteric and excessively profitable products.
  67. Products are designed, risk is assessed, prices are determined (underwriting) based on the actuarially determined likelihood of a claim being submitted, insurance products are assembled, approved by various state and federal agencies, marketed, sold, administered and claims are processed when submitted.
  68. The probabilities are that the National Association of Securities Dealers, under its Rules of Fair Practice as they then existed, frowned on Pressprich or any Pressprich affiliate participating in the Corporation underwriting, because only a few months previously Pressprich had purchased 160,000 shares at $.
  69. Finally, the successful completion of Corporation’s public underwriting and subsequent favorable market action for Corporation stock unquestionably enhanced Pressprich’s reputation, both within the financial community and with others of means who were seeking the creative finance that the Schaefer case had demonstrated.
  70. Although White, Weld did not actually execute a written agreement with Corporation or with any of the proposed members of the underwriting group until just before the registration statement became effective on November 27, 1968, it was busy putting together an underwriting group during the incubation period in which the SEC was reviewing and commenting on Corporation’s filing.
  71. Third, it enhanced White, Weld’s ability to participate in underwritings managed by others: The odds are that because Kuhn, Loeb and Lehman were invited by White, Weld into important positions in Corporation’s underwriting, Kuhn, Loeb and Lehman would be more desirous of inviting White, Weld into their underwriting groups for attractive issues than would otherwise have been the case.
  72. Insurance company stocks tended to be depressed because the companies were suffering underwriting losses from their pure insurance operations, and the stock market emphasized earnings from operations rather than other elements that made insurance companies valuable, namely, the steadily increasing profits from dividends and interest on their investment portfolios, and the huge pools of liquidity built up through their holdings of marketable bonds and stocks.
  1. It came public in June 1998, underwritten by Robertson Stephens and Hambrecht and Quist, first-tier bankers in high-tech offerings.
  2. It may have been compelled by legal considerations growing out of the sale to the public at that time of a new issue of preferred stock, underwritten by large financial institutions.
  3. The Schaefer family interests could have contemplated, and may well have studied, merely offering some of the Brewing stock held by Arjayess and the four trusts in a so-called underwritten secondary offering.
  4. Leasco was to arrange at its own expense (if it could) that these units would be registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission, so that they could be sold publicly, preferably through an underwritten public offering.
  5. Also sponsors and investors received two large dividends where the funds for paying one of the dividends came from a loan with liberal covenants, and for the other, from the proceeds of an underwritten common stock offering to the public.
  6. For example, sponsors and investors received two large dividends where the funds for paying one of the dividends came from a loan with liberal covenants, and for the other, from the proceeds of an underwritten common stock offering to the public.
  7. He wanted to come by the loft to pick out two or three pieces, but to William, in the winter light through the sooty window, it all looked reactionary, redundant, underwritten by the motions of a system too vast to comprehend, the way planetary spin inflects the movement of wastewater down a drain.
  8. Like, what if a train was speeding down a track threatening to kill two people, and if you yanked a lever it would go onto another track and kill only one? Or, like, what if the numbers were bigger? A million, say, versus a couple hundred thousand? What if the train was the system underwritten by liberal humanism? What if the lever was? What if moral paralysis was its whole end and raison, a bait-and-switch, a three-card monte? The system kept all threats to itself in sealed compartments.
  9. Be it enacted, That the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America, being convened at the city of Washington, on the second Wednesday of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, the underwritten President of the Senate, pro tempore, did, in the presence of the said Senate and House of Representatives, open all the certificates and count all the votes of the Electors for a President and Vice President of the United States; whereupon it appeared that James Madison, of Virginia, had a majority of the votes of the Electors as President, and Elbridge Gerry, of Massachusetts, had a majority of the votes of the Electors as Vice President; by all which it appears that James Madison, of Virginia, has been duly elected President, and Elbridge Gerry, of Massachusetts, has been duly elected Vice President of the United States, agreeably to the constitution.
  1. When you buy a put or a call, someone has to sell it to you (underwrites it).
  2. The leading investment bank underwrites the initial public offering (IPO) and there will be hype about the company in the marketplace.
  1. White, Weld, as manager, underwrote 218,000 of the 1.

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