Definition of Insurance underwriter
1. Noun. A financial institution that sells insurance.
Generic synonyms: Nondepository Financial Institution
Derivative terms: Insure, Underwrite
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Literary usage of Insurance underwriter
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Canadian Album: Men of Canada : Or, Success by Example, in Religion by William Cochrane, John Castell Hopkins, W. J. Hunter (1896)
"YX/ARREN SIDNEY DRES- V \ SER, insurance underwriter, Sherbrooke, Oue., was born at Richmond, Que., March 3oth, 1852. He spent his youth on a farm, ..."
2. Financial Services Reform: Congressional Hearing edited by Michael G. Oxley (1999)
"What would the risk be to consumers and to the insurance business if a major bank insurance underwriter were to become insolvent; what is the greater risk? ..."
3. American Building Association News: Official Organ United States League by United States Savings and Loan League, American Building Association (1914)
"We must look upon this question not only from the viewpoint of the insured, but also on the side of the insurance underwriter. There has often been more or ..."
4. Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the National Association of Life by LIfe Underwriters Association of Canada (1908)
"As we have shown, the woman life insurance underwriter has the whole world of women at her command, and when we learn it is estimated that only twenty in ..."
5. Insurance, Principles and Practices by Robert Riegel, Henry James Loman (1922)
"MARINE INSURANCE underwriter is assured of the full amount of business for the period named. Should the actual shipments exceed or fall short of the ..."
6. Arnould on the Law of Marine Insurance by Joseph Arnould (1887)
"... though incorrectly called a re-insurance, underwriter. is not such a re-insurance as alone was contemplated by the repealed provision of the 19 Geo. ..."