IMSA

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AcronymDefinition
IMSAIllinois Mathematics and Science Academy
IMSAInsurance Marketplace Standards Association
IMSAInternational Motor Sports Association
IMSAInterscan Messaging Security Appliance
IMSAInternational Municipal Signal Association
IMSAInterScan Messaging Security Appliance (Trend Micro)
IMSAIterative Multi-Scaling Approach (microwave theory)
IMSAIncident Medical Specialist Assistant
IMSAIsuzu Manufacturing Services of America (Plymouth, MI)
IMSAIllinois Mini Storage Association
IMSAInstitute of Marine Safety Auditors
IMSAInstallation Medical Supply Account
IMSAIntegrated Medical Sciences Assessment (UK)
IMSAInstallation Medical Support Activity
IMSASeaman Apprentice, Instrumentman Striker (Naval Rating)
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SOP 98-6, Reporting on Management's Assessment Pursuant to the Life Insurance Ethical Market Conduct Program of the Insurance Marketplace Standards Association (product no.
Atchinson is president & CEO of Insurance Marketplace Standards Association, Bethesda, Md.
An important result is a major new set of annuity suitability standards adopted by the Insurance Marketplace Standards Association, the one organization that has a comprehensive and national reach even though the standards apply only to its voluntary members.
To emphasize the importance of advertising compliance, the Insurance Marketplace Standards Association has made it part of the ethical principles to which member companies must adhere in order to earn IMSA certification.
The industry survey was conducted by the American Council of Life Insurers, the American Insurance Association, the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, the Insurance Marketplace Standards Association, the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, and the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America.
Since 1996, the Insurance Marketplace Standards Association has provided companies selling life insurance, annuities and long-term-care insurance with a consistent template of market-conduct standards to define and measure an organization's compliance infrastructure.
The Insurance Marketplace Standards Association has created a 12-page consumer brochure on who should consider long-term-care insurance and what their options are.
Despite widespread use of the Internet for researching and purchasing other goods and services, 79% of Americans say they don't go online to research life insurance, and 88% don't buy life insurance over the internet, according to a survey released by the Insurance Marketplace Standards Association.
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