BOLI


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AcronymDefinition
BOLIBureau of Labor and Industries
BOLIBank-Owned Life Insurance
BOLIBarcode of Life Initiative (est. 2003)
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Michael White Associates now co-produces its BOLI market updates with Equias Alliance.
44 in benefits for electricians, according to information provided by BOLI.
4 percent reported holding BOLI assets in 2013, increasing their BOLI holdings by 4.
7 billion in BOLI suggests its employees are insured for somewhere in the 10-figure range.
Unlike COLI, the purchase of BOLI by national banks is very tightly regulated by the Office of Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) (FDIC regulated state-chartered banks are typically subject to similar regulation).
Generally, BOLI is a sensible investment that has served the banking industry and its stakeholders well.
Part II of this Note briefly discusses the mechanics of BOLI and why banks have invested in it so heavily.
The BOLI awards are customarily dominated by advertising agencies, so we are extremely proud to have our in-house product designs receive this recognition," Cameron said.
But no talks were forthcoming and Boli is growing impatient that the Ibrox outfit's interest in the ex-Roma defender could be waning.
Having left Bescot during the summer to join Dundee United for pounds 150,000, Boli moved to Bournemouth for pounds 100,000 a month ago.
Unsettled French striker Roger Boli was a shadow of his normal self and despite two efforts in the first hal his overall performance only supported his claim that Walsall have over-priced him at pounds 500,000.
French star Roger Boli bagged his 17th goal of the season as rampant Walsall ran up their sixth successive victory.