According to CGU
, it has worked with brokers to direct the new online application and secured positive responses to the system which provides full life-cycle functionality, installment billing, and automatic conversion of existing policies to the new platform on renewal.
A Southern California based graduate school devoted entirely to graduate research and study, CGU
boasts a low student-to-faculty ratio.
were formed from the merger of Commercial Union and General Accident in 1998.
IFRS refers to testing of goodwill at the CGU
or group of CGUs
' level, but requires that the level be the lowest at which goodwill is managed for internal management purposes, with the further requirement that it cannot be larger than a segment under IFRS definitions.
a managing agency that provides access to major insurance carriers for small to mid-sized independent insurance agents, CGU
lost millions of dollars while doing business in Arkansas.
Our network is based on a star configuration," says Walter Clark, technical engineer at CGU
Bill Korchak and Peter Shimkin of Jones Lang LaSalle, negotiated both transactions on behalf of CGU
Insurance, the building's owner.
Direct's Arlene Stewart says: "There is a major demand for a policy that protects the roof over your head if you are unable to work.
It is entering into a partnership with CGU
Life to offer products regulated under the Financial Services Act.
Subsequent switching to a stakeholder pension after that date will also be free of charge, CGU
said Friday it is considering a tie-up with the CGU
group, a major British insurance group, to strengthen its asset management activities.
The bonds are an unsecured general obligation of CGU