The book of business is perhaps the most valuable asset of any insurance company.
What does BOB stand for?
BOB stands for Book of Business
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- Business, finance, etc.
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Scott Stratten enjoyed his 30-city UnMarketing book tour so much he's decided to do it all over again for the publication of The Book of Business Awesome / The Book of Business UnAwesome (August 2012; Hardcover & E-book; $24.
Nearly 65% of Minnesota's Fortune 500 companies are on the Blue plan's book of business.
Still, Fish had 90 days to find a buyer and consummate the sale of his economic interest in the book of business.
USI Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ: USIH) today announced the acquisition of a book of business from Universal American Insurance Agency, Inc.
It depends significantly on their target return on capital, the investment outlook for the assets supporting the workers' comp book of business, and the cash flow characteristics inherent in the book of business and in the insurer's mode of operation.
Fitch also believes that RLI's practice of employing experienced underwriters and basing their compensation, in part, on the profitability of their book of business over comparatively long periods of time contributes to the company's superior underwriting profitability.
Managing the book of business is an important aspect of getting the most premium dollars in the form of profit sharing," he said.