Where a life company pays commission to an agent, the company does so on the proviso it will be.
A policy which covers the insured against the loss of an asset. The purpose of the insurance is to.
A written agreement (also called a deed of trust) between a bond issuer and a purchaser which.
Setting rate within a conference tariff that is different from the rate(s) for the same items established by other conference members.
(IFA)A person qualified to give financial advice to clients on life assurance, pensions, funds, and.
A company or individual that is not directly regulated as a utility. These entities produce power for their own use and/or sell it to regulated utilities.
Any body of rate tariffs that are not part of an agreement or conference system.
In the stock market, an index is a device that measures changes in the prices of a basket of.
The indicating part of an instrument. For example, the hand of a watch or the meniscus of a mercury column.
The coupling of salaries and pensions etc to the retail price index in order to make sure that the.
Family income assurance in which the assured may, if he or she chooses, increase premiums in line.
Term assurance in which premiums are increased in line with the retail price index and hence the sum.
Call or put options on an index such as the Standard and Poor's 500 Index or the FTSE 100.
Indexation is an allowance which reduces the taxable gain on an investment by increasing its base.
Power as calculated from compressor-indicator diagrams.
An instrument used to reveal but not necessarily measure the presence of an electrical quantity. It is used to display the output of a sensing element after suitable amplification and modification. Sometimes called display.
A pressure-volume diagram for a compressor or engine cylinder produced by direct measurement made by the use of a device called an indicator.
An indicator that signals pressure conditions.
A passive solar heating system in which the sun warms a heat storage element, and the heat is distributed to the interior space by convection, conduction, and radiation.
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