TEP

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AcronymDefinition
TEPTucson Electric Power
TEPTeacher Education Program (various locations)
TEPTotally Extraperitoneal (laparoscopic technique)
TEPThe Education Program (various locations)
TEPTriethyl Phosphate
TEPTivoli Enterprise Portal (IBM Corp.)
TEPTransepithelial Potential
TEPTerminal Emulator Program
TEPTropical Eastern Pacific
TEPTivoli Enterprise Portal
TEPTerminal Error Program
TEPTest Evaluation Plan
TEPTemporary Entry Permit
TEPTomographie par Emission de Positons (French: Nuclear medicine imaging)
TEPTrust and Estate Practitioner
TEPThe Equity Project (charter school; New York)
TEPThe English Patient (movie)
TEPTeacher Education Programme (various locations)
TEPTransportation Expenditure Plan
TEPTransportation Enhancement Program
TEPTop End Performance (automobiles)
TEPTransitional Employment Program
TEPTechnical Expert Panel
TEPTechnical Evaluation Panel
TEPTypical End Use Product (environment)
TEPToujours en Progression (French: Still in Progress)
TEPTunnel End-Point (computer science)
TEPTertiary Enabling Program (Australia)
TEPTraded Endowment Policy (UK)
TEPTrans-Equatorial Propagation (radio)
TEPTracheoesophageal Puncture
TEPTau Epsilon Phi (fraternity)
TEPTrade Enhancement Programme (various locations)
TEPTechnical Engineering Plan (US DoD)
TEPThéatre de l'Est Parisien (public theater; Paris, France)
TEPThe Exchange Project (software)
TEPTop Event Probability
TEPTerminate with Extreme Prejudice
TEPTribal Energy Program (US Department of Energy)
TEPTechnology Enterprise Park (Atlanta, GA)
TEPTeacher Exchange Program
TEPThe Empowerment Partnership (formerly Advanced Neuro Dynamics)
TEPTracheoesophageal Prosthesis
TEPTask Execution Plan
TEPTechnical Evaluation Plan
TEPTheater Engagement Plan (CINC's plan)
TEPTechnology Enhancement Program (various locations)
TEPTechnical Evaluation Report
TEPTransit of Extrasolar Planets
TEPTrombo Embolismo Pulmonar (Spanish: Pulmonary Thromboembolism)
TEPThe Enigma Project
TEPThermo-Electric Power
TEPTactical Environmental Processor
TEPTexas Educational Paperbacks (Dallas, TX)
TEPTender Evaluation Plan
TEPTEMPEST Endorsement Program
TEPThe Engineered Plague (online community)
TEPTechnology Experts Panel
TEPTransmission/Escape Probability
TEPTranslation, Editing and Proofreading (text translations)
TEPTuberculose Extra Pulmonaire (French: Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis)
TEPTitre Electronique de Paiement (French: Title Electronic Payment; France)
TEPTechniques Embouteillage Packaging (French: Bottle Packaging Techniques; France)
TEPTumeurs Endocrines du Pancréas (French)
TEPTeam Execution Plan
TEPTelomerase Protein Component
TEPTactical ELINT Processor
TEPTerminal Emulation Processor
TEPTalk Echo Protection
TEPTechnology Exchange Program
TEPTransmitter Experiment Package
TEPTechnical Evaluation Program
TEPTactical Earth Penetrator
TEPTalker Echo Path
TEPTest Error Pattern
TEPTactical Exploitation Processor
TEPThermal Exchange Pump
TEPThermodynamic Equilibrium Program (computes products of combustion)
TEPTango Editor Project
TEPTBMCS Evolution Plan
TEPTraffic Engineering Program
TEPTechnology Expansion Project
TEPTelecommunications Equipment Practices
TEPTransfer Enhancement Practices
TEPTechnology Evolution Plan
TEPTraction Enhancement Program
TEPTest Evaluation Plan/Program
TEPTotal Environmental Partnering
TEPTorpedo Ejection Pump (submarines)
TEPTraining Equipment Package/Plan
TEPTon of Equivalent Petroleum
References in periodicals archive ?
Brian Goldstein, chairman of the Association of Policy Market Makers (APMM) believes endowment policyholders missed out on pounds 90m last year by surrendering policies to life offices instead of to firms on the traded endowment policy (Teps) market for resale.
Mr Goldstein reckons endowment policyholders missed out on pounds 90m in 2004 - by surrendering them back to the life offices, instead of handing them over to a firm on the traded endowment policy (TEPs) market for resale.
The Traded Endowment Policy (TEPs) market - worth about pounds 500million a year compared with pounds 5million in 1989 - could soon get much bigger.
Policy Plus International, a traded endowment policy marketmaker, advises people to read the small print on any offers if they are thinking of selling, as we are now in the "bonus season" when insurance companies announce their bonus rates for "with profits" endowments.
Selling a policy on the traded endowment policy market generally makes more sense financially, but the best advice for anyone contemplating this route is to put your full case to a knowledgeable independent adviser.
They are missing out by failing to go to a traded endowment policy firm, who usually pay more than the original firm would on surrender.
Now traded endowment policy experts Beale Dobie have developed a computer system enabling independent financial advisers to check if a policy can be sold.
Some people may be able to make more by selling their policy to a traded endowment policy (Tep) firm, which will then resell it to another investor.
Life companies have been ordered to tell customers looking to sell these assurance plans about the scope within the traded endowment policy (TEP) market, following guidance from their governing body, the Personal Investment Authority.
These are called Traded Endowment Policy (TEP) firms - and they often pay 10 to 15 per cent more than the surrender value.
Or you can buy a secondhand, traded endowment policy, known as a TEP.
A traded endowment policy is a policy that has already run for several years and so benefits from locked-in past performance with bonuses that are completely guaranteed provided premiums continue to be paid by you, the purchaser.