I need to see real growth in metrics like customer acquisition and trading volume before making a deeper commitment. From what I can tell, the news about EDXM will only be positive for Coinbase if it helps to expand the pie for the crypto industry as a whole. That's right -- they think these 10 stocks are even better buys. Independent nature of EDXM would also restrain the firm from the possibility of conflicts of interest. EDXM needed to prove its utility to stay relevant within the crypto space though. For now, I'm taking a wait-and-see backed crypto exchange with Coinbase. Meanwhile, the EDX exchange would work to accommodate both private and institutional investors.
Clarity rating: 5 The text is lucid, and is written in a reader friendly prose. However, given that my students prefer short content in each section, the pedagogy can be revised to have less content in each section, but more topical coverage in each chapter. Consistency The text maintains the thematic consistency throughout. This was the best feature of this book. I could easily reassign the chapters. However, given that the chapters are grouped under a theme, this could pose a challenge for some.
I am not sure in a 15 week semester, I would be able to cover the last section. Interface There were no interface issues observed. If anything, more of these features can be added. Grammatical Errors No grammatical mistakes were observed. Cultural Relevance rating: 5 The text is not culturally insensitive. When revising the text perhaps, names popular with certain minorities can be added to make the text relatable.
This was formerly the Health Care Financing Administration. Change in Valuation Basis - a change in the interest rate, mortality assumption or reserving method or other factors affecting the reserve computation of policies in force. Chartered Life Underwriter CLU - a professional designation awarded by the American College to persons in the life insurance field who pass a series of exams in insurance, investment, taxation, employee benefit plans, estate planning, accounting, management, and economics.
Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter CPCU - a professional designation awarded by the American Institute of Property and Casualty Underwriters to persons in the property and liability insurance field who pass a series of exams in insurance, risk management, economics, finance, management, accounting, and law. Designates must also have at least three years experience in the insurance business or related field. Claim - a request made by the insured for insurer remittance of payment due to loss incurred and covered under the policy agreement.
Claims Adjustment Expenses - costs expected to be incurred in connection with the adjustment and recording of accident and health, auto medical and workers' compensation claims. Claims-made Form - A type of liability insurance form that only pays if the both event that causes triggers the claim and the actual claim are submitted to the insurance company during the policy term Class Rating - a method of determining rates for all applicants within a given set of characteristics such as personal demographic and geographic location.
Coinsurance - A clause contained in most property insurance policies to encourage policy holders to carry a reasonable amount of insurance. In medical insurance a percentage of each claim that the insured will bear. Collar - an agreement to receive payments as the buyer of an Option, Cap or Floor and to make payments as the seller of a different Option, Cap or Floor. Collateral Loans - unconditional obligations for the payment of money secured by the pledge of an investment.
Collateralized Bond Obligations CBOs - an investment-grade bond backed by a pool of low-grade debt securities, such as junk bonds, separated into tranches based on various levels of credit risk. Collateralized Mortgage Obligations CMOs - a type of mortgage-backed security MBS with separate pools of pass-through security mortgages that contain varying classes of holders and maturities tranches with the advantage of predictable cash flow patterns.
Combinations - a special form of package policy composed of personal automobile and homeowners insurance. Combined Ratio - an indication of the profitability of an insurance company, calculated by adding the loss and expense ratios. Same as "effective date" of coverage. Commercial Earthquake - earthquake property coverage for commercial ventures.
Commercial Farm and Ranch - a commercial package policy for farming and ranching risks that includes both property and liability coverage. Coverage includes barns, stables, other farm structures and farm inland marine, such as mobile equipment and livestock. Commercial Flood - separate flood insurance policy sold to commercial ventures.
Commercial Mortgage-Backed Securities - a type of mortgage-backed security that is secured by the loan on a commercial property. Commercial Multiple Peril - policy that packages two or more insurance coverages protecting an enterprise from various property and liability risk exposures. Frequently includes fire, allied lines, various other coverages e.
Such coverages would be included in other annual statement lines, if written individually. Include under this type of insurance multi-peril policies other than farmowners, homeowners and automobile policies that include coverage for liability other than auto.
Commercial Package Policy - provides a broad package of property and liability coverages for commercial ventures other than those provided insurance through a business owners policy. Commercial Property - property insurance coverage sold to commercial ventures. Commission - a percentage of premium paid to agents by insurance companies for the sale of policies.
Community Rating - a rating system where standard rating is established and usually adjusted within specific guidelines for each group on the basis of anticipated utilization by the group's employees. Completed Operations Liability - policies covering the liability of contractors, plumbers, electricians, repair shops, and similar firms to persons who have incurred bodily injury or property damage from defective work or operations completed or abandoned by or for the insured, away from the insured's premises.
Comprehensive Hospital and Medical - line of business providing for medical coverages; includes hospital, surgical, major medical coverages; does not include Medicare Supplement, administrative services ASC contracts, administrative services only ASO contracts, federal employees health benefit plans FEHBP , medical only programs, Medicare and Medicaid programs, vision only and dental only business.
Comprehensive General Liability CGL - coverage of all business liabilities unless specifically excluded in the policy contract. Comprehensive Personal Liability - comprehensive liability coverage for exposures arising out of the residence premises and activities of individuals and family members. Non-business liability exposure protection for individuals. Coverage excludes Short-Term Medical Insurance, the Federal Employees Health Benefit Program and non-comprehensive coverage such as basic hospital only, medical only, hospital confinement indemnity, surgical, outpatient indemnity, specified disease, intensive care, and organ and tissue transplant coverage.
Concurrent Causation - property loss incurred from two or more perils in which only one loss is covered but both are paid by the insurer due to simultaneous incident. Conditions - requirements specified in the insurance contract that must be upheld by the insured to qualify for indemnification. Condos - homeowners insurance sold to condominium owners occupying the described property.
Construction and Alteration Liability - covering the liability of an insured to persons who have incurred bodily injury or property damage from alterations involving demolition, new construction or change in size of a structure on the insured's premises.
Contingency Reserves - required by some jurisdictions as a hedge against adverse experience from operations, particularly adverse claim experience. Contingent Liability - the liability of an insured to persons who have incurred bodily injury or property damage from work done by an independent contractor hired by the insured to perform work that was illegal, inherently dangerous, or directly supervised by the insured Continuation of Care Requirement - statutory or contractual provision requiring providers to deliver care to an enrollee for some period following the date of a Health Plan Company's insolvency.
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