underwrite

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To write (something) below something else
Specifically, to assume financial responsibility for something, and guarantee it against failure
To subscribe (a document, policy etc.) with one's name
To support, lend support to, guarantee the basis of
To act as an underwriter
To sign; to put one's name to
to issue or be party to the issue of a policy of insurance
{v} to write under another, to insure
{f} give one's signature and thus receive liability; financially sponsor, support through donations; guarantee the sale of shares (Finance); provide insurance; write underneath or at the end of (a document)
To assume the liability of delivering to the issuer the expected proceeds of an issue by agreeing to buy the issue in its entirety
To assume the risk of buying a new issue and then resell them to the public
guarantee financial support of; "The opera tour was subvented by a bank"
To assume the risk of buying newly issued securities from a company and reselling them to investors
To insure More commonly, to scrutinize a risk and decide on its eligibility for insurance
guarantee financial support of; "The opera tour was subvented by a bank
The function performed by investment banks when they help companies issue securities to investors Technically, the investment bank buys the securities from the company and immediately resells the securities to investors for a slightly higher price, making money on the spread
To insure More commonly, to scrutinize a risk and decide on its eligibility for insurance top
To practice the business of insuring; to take a risk of insurance on a vessel or the like
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To write under something else; to subscribe
To agree to buy an issue of securities on a given date at a specific price or to agree to buy an issue of securities of an issue, thus assuming the liability of guaranteeing the issuer the full anticipated proceeds
The process to evaluate the insurance application and independent sources, to verify the information provided, and to determine the acceptability of the risk
If an institution or company underwrites an activity or underwrites the cost of it, they agree to provide any money that is needed to cover losses or buy special equipment, often for an agreed fee. The government will have to create a special agency to underwrite small business loans
To examine a risk, decide on its eligibility for insurance, and determine the appropriate rate
IU term for an account established in advance of an expected award that is guaranteed by the Pi's department or School
To determine whether an individual is insurable under the policy for which he has applied and at what premium rate
Insurance: To assume risk in exchange for a premium Investments: To assume the risk of buying a new issue of securities from the issuing corporation or government entity and reselling them to the public, either directly or through dealers
To guarantee, as to guarantee the issuer of securities a specified price by entering into a purchase and sale agreement To bring securities to market
To subscribe one's name to for insurance, especially for marine insurance; to write one's name under, or set one's name to, as a policy of insurance, for the purpose of becoming answerable for loss or damage, on consideration of receiving a certain premium per cent; as, individuals, as well as companies, may underwrite policies of insurance
To assume financial responsibility for something, and guarantee it against failure
An agreement to purchase an issuer's unsold securities at a set price, thereby guaranteeing the issuer proceeds and a fixed borrowing cost
to guarantee to buy, or find buyers for, a security issue; to take on the risk of paying for losses in accordance with the conditions of an insurance contract
– To agree to buy an Issue of securities on a given date at a specific price or to agree to buy unsubscribed securities of an Issue, thus assuming the liability of guaranteeing the Issuer the full anticipated proceeds
protect by insurance; "The insurance won't cover this"
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An entity undertaking to market newly issued securities

They were the underwriters of the company's shares, but only on a best efforts basis.

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An entity assuming a financial risk
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process of examining, accepting, or rejecting insurance risks, and classifying those selected, in order to charge the proper premium for each
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{n} one who underwrites, an insurer
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{n} the act of insuring ships
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An investment banker who assumes the risk of bringing a new securities issue to market The underwriter will buy the issue from the issuer and guarantee sale of a certain number of shares to investors; this is firm-commitment underwriting To spread the risk of purchasing the issue, the underwriter often will form a syndicate (underwriting group, purchase group) among other investment firms If the investment firm is unwilling to buy the issue outright, other underwriting forms may be used (See best-efforts underwriting, syndicate, syndicate manager)
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Typically refers to the Managing Underwriter Can also refer to the underwriting group
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Company receiving premiums and accepting responsibility for fulfilling the policy contract Also, company employee who decides whether the company should assume a particular risk; or the agent who sells the policy
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A firm, usually an investment bank, that buys an issue of securities from a company and resells it to investors In general, a party that guarantees the proceeds to the firm from a security sale, thereby in effect taking ownership of the securities
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A technician trained in evaluating risks and determining rates and coverage for them When an application is submitted to the insurer, it is the underwriter who gathers all the necessary information to determine whether a person is a preferred risk, a standard risk, or rated RETURN TO INDEX
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a financial institution that sells insurance
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Underwriters purchase shares or bonds from the issuing company and resell them, receiving a fee for this service
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A professional who approves or denies a loan to a potential homebuyer based on the homebuyer's credit history, employment history, assets, debts and other factors such as loan guidelines
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A person who reviews and evaluates an application for a loan or insurance policy
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This is a brokerage firm that raises money for companies using public equity and debt markets Underwriters are financial intermediaries that buy stock or bonds from an issuer and then sell these securities to the public The process through which this is accomplished is highly regulated by the SEC and the National Association of Securities Dealers
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An underwriter is an individual distributing securities as an intermediary between the issuer of the security and the buyer For example, an underwriter may be the agent selling insurance policies or the person distributing shares of a mutual fund to broker/dealers or investors Generally, the underwriter agrees to purchase the remaining units of the security from the issuer, such as remaining shares of stocks or bonds, if the public does not buy all specified units An underwriter may also be a company that backs the issue of a contract, agreeing to accept responsibility for fulfilling the contract in return for a premium
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An underwriter is someone whose job involves agreeing to provide money for a particular activity or to pay for any losses that are made. If the market will not buy the shares, the underwriter buys them
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(1) A person trained in evaluating risks and determining the rates and coverages that will be used for them; (2) An agent, especially a life insurance agent, who might qualify as a "field underwriter "
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an agent who sells insurance
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An investment banker who purchases shares of a company that is going public, then resells them to investors for a higher price When an underwriter brings shares of a new company to market it is called an initial public offering (IPO) Investment banks can also underwrite secondary offering of existing public companies BACK TO TOP
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Firm that buys an issue from a company and resells it to investors; a primary market activity
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The investment banking firm that brought the company public IPO Summary section we include both the primary Underwriter, called the Lead Manager and the Co-Manager, when available -->
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In marine insurance, one who subscribes his name to the policy indicating his acceptance of the liability mentioned therein, in consideration for which he receives a premium
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a banker who deals chiefly in underwriting new securities
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- An insurance company that issues insurance policies to the public or to another insurer
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{i} one who guarantees the sale of shares or bonds (Finance); one who provides insurance
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A technician trained in evaluating risks and determining rates and coverages for them The term derives from the practice at Lloyd's of each person willing to accept a portion of the risk writing his name under the description of the risk (G)
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Investment banker, whether an individual or syndicate, who purchases a new issue of securities from an issuer and distributes it to investors; a profit is made on the underwriting spread
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A company that receives the premiums and accepts responsibility for the fulfillment of the policy contract, the company employee who decides whether or not the company should assume a particular risk, or the agent who sells the policy
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One who underwrites his name to the conditions of an insurance policy, especially of a marine policy; an insurer
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A person working for an insurance company who arranges and authorizes an insurance policy with a broker or insured
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An underwriter is someone whose job is to judge the risks involved in certain activities and decide how much to charge for insurance. someone who makes insurance contracts
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The investment banking firm that brought the company public In the IPO Summary section we include both the primary Underwriter, called the Lead Manager and the Co-Manager, when available
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A person who is trained in evaluating risks of proposed insureds and assigning appropriate rate classifications for an insurance company
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1) The insurance company or group that underwrites or insures a particular risk 2) The individual within an insurance company whose responsibility it is to accept or reject business in the particular line in which he/she specializes and in this way chooses risks his/her principals are prepared to underwrite
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Underwriters raise capital for a business, arrange mergers and acquisitions, and provide advisory services such as business valuations The capital raised may be in the form of debt or equity and may be from private or public sources Underwriters have the ability to sell securities and may focus on institutional sales or may pursue retail sales through their own retail brokerage operations At nvst com, Underwriters are classified as Investors and Advisors
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third-person singular of underwrite
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The process of evaluating a loan application to determine the risk involved for the lender It involves an analysis of the borrower’s creditworthiness and the quality of the property itself
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The process of examining, accepting, or rejecting insurance risks, and classifying those selected, in order to charge the proper premium for each
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– In mortgage banking, the analysis of the risk involved in making a mortgage loan to determine whether the risk is acceptable to the lender Underwriting involves the evaluation of the property as outlined in the appraisal report, and of the borrower’s ability and willingness to repay the loan
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The process for evaluating a loans application to determine the risk involved for the lender
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The process of examining all the data about a borrower's property and transaction to determine whether the mortgage applied for by the borrower should be issued The person who does this is called an underwriter
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The process of selecting risks for insurance and determining in what amounts and on what terms the insurance company will accept the risk
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The process by which an insurance company accepts or rejects and classifies a risk in order to charge the proper premium This process is performed in an insurance company by an underwriter In life and health insurance, the process may involve review of the application, home office speciment, blood chemistry profile, inspection report, attending physician statement, and depending on the size of the policy and the age of the proposed insured, a paramedical or medical examination Underwriting may also take the form of financial underwriting This is more important in business insurance, large face amount policies and disability income policies
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A fee charged by the lender to approve the loan ($100-350) The process of evaluating a loan application to determine the risk involved for the lender
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In mortgage lending, the process of approving or denying a loan based on an evaluation of the property and the applicant's ability to repay the loan The underwriter analyzes the risks involved and selects an appropriate loan term and interest rate
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The process of evaluating a loan application to determine the risk involved for the lender Underwriting involves an analysis of the borrower's creditworthiness and the property itself
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The process where a lender evaluates a loan application and determines the creditworthiness and ability of the applicant to repay a loan The underwriter makes sure that the loan will conform to the lender's guidelines for lending and verifies that all necessary documentation is provided
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The decision whether to make a loan to a potential homebuyer based on credit, employment, assets and other factors, and the matching of this risk to an appropriate rate and term or loan amount
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a process during which a loan application is evaluated to determine the risk involved to the lender and a decision made on whether to grant the loan
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The process of evaluating a loan application to determine the risk involved for the lender
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The analysis of the risk involved in making a mortgage loan to determine whether the risk is acceptable to the lender Underwriting involves the evaluation of the property as outlined in the appraisal report, and of the borrower's ability and willingness to repay the loan
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The process of evaluating a mortgage loan application Mortgage lenders will evaluate the risk of the loan based on the borrower's credit history and ability to repay the loan, and also based on the quality of the property (the loan's collateral)
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The process of selecting applicants for insurance and classifying them according to their degrees of insurability so that the appropriate premium rates may be charged The process includes rejection of unacceptable risks
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the process of analyzing a loan application to determine the amount of risk involved in making the loan; it includes a review of the potential borrower's credit history and a judgment of the property value
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The process of evaluating a loan application to determine the risk involved for the lender It involves an analysis of the borrower's credit worthiness and the quality of the property itself
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third-person singular of underwrite
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The business of an underwriter
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The process of selecting risks and classifying them according to their degrees of insurability so that the appropriate rates may be assigned The process also includes rejection of those risks that do not qualify (G)
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The process a lender uses to determine loan approval It involves evaluating the property and the borrower's credit and ability to pay the mortgage
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The process of evaluating a loan application to determine the risk involved for the lender It involves an analysis of the borrower's creditworthiness and the quality of the property itself
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In mortgage lending, the process of approving or denying a loan based on an evaluation of the property and the applicantâs ability to repay the loan The underwriter analyzes the risks involved and selects an appropriate loan term and interest rate
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