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Building a Strong Underwriting Submission

Building a Strong Underwriting Submission

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Insurance applications can be complicated and the more complex the risk, the more complex the application.

Join us as Richard Faber helps us to prepare and submit a strong application to underwriting.


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Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
Formats On-Demand
Instructor Richard FaberRichard Faber

Have you ever had to play phone tag with an underwriter about a risk that you submitted for quoting? You submit your application, and then there are questions. You answer those questions and a day later, there are more questions. Back and forth. Call after call. Email after email. You know that in the end, whether you sent all of the information up front, or you go through the question and answer period, eventually you'll get a quote. It may not be exactly when you wanted it and it may not be exactly as competitive as it could have been, but you got it.

What if there were a better way? What if you could anticipate what the underwriter might ask you for?

Join us as Richard Faber comes along side to guide us through his building blocks of a quality submission.

When he's done, we will be able to:

  • Determine what information should be included with a submission.
  • Determine what information should be left out of a submission.
  • Avoid the traits of a poor submission.
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