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Financial terms in "Insurance"

1. severance pay

2. Forced Place Insurance

3. reported losses

4. reinsurance pool

5. specifications

6. Single Premium Annuity

7. exclusive agency system

8. remedial action (RA)

9. Future Purchase Option

10. Net Payment Cost Comparison Index

11. bailee

12. insurance to value

13. employers liability coverage

14. legal risk

15. loss reserve stability

16. cash call

17. deductible plan

18. voluntary compensation endorsement

19. participating insurance

20. hazardous waste

21. monopolistic state funds

22. constructive discharge

23. frequency

24. counseling liability

25. designated insured endorsement

26. assumption of liability endorsement (ALE)

27. Waiver of Premium

28. contract repudiation indemnity

29. Nominal Damages

30. fellow employee exclusion

31. public officials bond

32. Savings Association Insurance Fund

33. defense within limits

34. interlocutory appeal

35. Licensed

36. coinsurer

37. blanket honesty bond

38. blanket bond

39. firewall

40. targeted tender

41. Solvency

42. excess loss premium (ELP) factor

43. notice to the company

44. employee welfare benefit plans

45. worth

46. Terrorism Risk Insurance Program Reauthorization Act (TRIPRA) of 2007

47. response action

48. Loss Adjustment Expenses

49. reinsurance/hedging strategy optimization

50. elevator insurance

51. subrogation provision

52. severability of exclusions

53. voluntary market

54. guaranteed cost premium

55. lost policy release

56. life with guaranteed term

57. fractional premium

58. limited payment policy

59. financed insurance

60. consent judgment

61. vacancy permit endorsement

62. reasonably available control technology (RACT)

63. risk manager

64. cover note

65. group of companies

66. Medigap (supplemental insurance) policies

67. attachment basis

68. Tax Sheltered Annuity (tsa)

69. demurrage

70. contingent extra expense insurance

71. causes of loss

72. law enforcement officers liability

73. Gross Annuity Cost

74. bobtail liability

75. extended period of indemnity endorsement or option

76. Creditable Coverage

77. Indemnification

78. process wastewater

79. Personal Assets

80. Liability

81. Certified Annuity Specialist (CAS)

82. management advisory services

83. chronological stabilization plans

84. emergency response plan

85. current disbursement

86. sleep insurance

87. Lapse Ratio

88. Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SARBOX, SOX, SOx) of 2002

89. license

90. registered retirement income fund

91. 10/10 Rule

92. fleet automatic, auto

93. mediation

94. negligent retention

95. double indemnity

96. trade disruption insurance

97. wrongful death claim

98. underwriting class

99. below-target-risk (BTR)

100. building codes effectiveness grading schedule (BCEGS)

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Expiration Cycle

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The recurring cycle of expiry months for which options on a particular security can be available. Basic options are placed in one of three cycles; Cycle 1 (the January/April/July/October, or the first month of each quarter); Cycle 2 (the second month of each quarter); or Cycle 3 (the third month of each quarter).At any one time, a basic option has contracts with three expiration dates outstanding. For example, in mid-February, options trading on cycle 3 will have March, June and September expiries available. Late in March, after the March options expire, a December contract will be added, thus offering June, September and December expiries.Higher-volume equity options, index options, and LEAPS can trade on other cycles, such as Cycle 4, Cycle 5 or Cycle 6. Cycle 4, for example, offers options in the two nearest months plus two months from Cycle 3. For example, in mid-April, there would be April, May, June and September expires available. A month later, there would be May, June, September and December expiries available for trading.

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