noninsurance

noninsurance

(ˌnɒnɪnˈʃʊərəns; ˌnɒnɪnˈʃɔːrəns)
n
the condition or state of not having insurancesomething that is not insurance
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The common sources of such information for the noninsurance industry--Value Line and Center for Research in Security Prices tapes--do not afford the insurance researcher adequate information in terms of number of insurers or companies that are representative of the industry as a whole, although the sample size would be considerably larger than Hoyt and Trieschmann's if over-the-counter firms were considered.
AIG losses were driven in large part by activities conducted by a noninsurance affiliate, AIG Financial Products.
As a result, noninsurance companies that are initiating electronic bill review are also finding that many of their firms are already providing electronic billing.
Studies of noninsurance distribution channels [Gaski (1984), Lusch (1976)] suggest that the use of coercive power sources is associated with increased channel conflict, while the use of noncoercive power sources is associated with decreased conflict.
And there is no disruptor with potentially more impact than a large noninsurance company that has loads of personal data getting into the insurance space.
While reported EPS include noninsurance brokerage activities (particularly for Marsh, Aon and Arthur J.
With that team you get a true understanding of a client's needs and the ability and experience to craft the right solutions for those needs, both insurance and noninsurance.