AAIS

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AcronymDefinition
AAISAssociation of Insurance Services (national insurance advisory organization)
AAISAmerican Association of Insurance Services
AAISAthletic Association for Independent Schools (New York)
AAISAdvanced Airborne Interceptor Simulator
AAISACE ACCIS Implementation Strategy (NATO)
AAISAmerica Association of Italian Studies
AAISAdministration Automated Information System
AAISAcoustic Automated Information System
AAISAir to Air Interface Support
AAISApproach Aid Interface Unit (aviation)
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The 2006 Annual Conference of the American Association of Insurance Services will be held at the Ritz-Carlton in Sarasota, Fla.
Insurance industry managers from IBM and Microsoft plus a well-known insurance author will be speaking at the 2004 Annual Conference of the American Association of Insurance Services.
The American Association of Insurance Services (AAIS) has developed a personal umbrella policy designed to give insurers a standard form for adding excess liability coverage beyond the limits in an account's auto, homeowners and other underlying policies.
Theft and disappearance continue to be the two largest causes of loss in inland marine insurance, according to the latest update of the Inland Marine Cause of Loss Report published by the American Association of Insurance Services.
The American Association of Insurance Services, a national insurance advisory organization that develops policy forms and rating information used by property/casualty companies, is offering insurers that use forms and manuals developed by the association the opportunity to offer their agents free access to an online residential valuation service for a trial period.
For years we ignored the 'who' in homeowners," Dorman noted in an address to the 2003 Annual Conference of the American Association of Insurance Services.
Jeff Holaway, a manager of personal lines pricing for the American Association of Insurance Services, an advisory organization based in Wheaton, Ill.
The American Association of Insurance Services, an advisory organization whose policy forms, manual rules and loss-cost rating information are used by more than 600 property/casualty insurers, said it is initiating filings across the United States of commercial-lines endorsements that would exclude losses resulting from acts of terrorism.
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