Las Vegas, Nevada-based Talisman Casualty Insurance Company would like to reach out to businesses that may be looking for more flexible ways to ensure themselves against losses. The insurance company is looking to educate businesses about some of the benefits of their Surety Program and what it can do to help business owners take on potentially lucrative risks that they might otherwise not be in a position to take.
A surety bond is a promise made by a surety or guarantor to pay one party known as the obligee a certain amount if a second party, the principal, fails to meet certain obligations. These obligations include everything up to and including fulfilling the terms of a contract. The surety bond is essentially a way in which the obligee can protect themselves from losses that may result from the principal’s failure to meet their obligations. Talisman’s Surety Program accomplishes the same goal — with a few additional advantages.
“In the captive insurance model, smaller numbers of principals are participating in the coverage capacity, so the relationship can be more personal, and the design of the bonds can be flexible to meet the needs of the modern business environment and evolving risk which requires more flexibility,” Talisman says. “Access to surety credit can seem like an unstable marketplace where availability and willingness to bond contracts is unpredictable. Managing risk in business is much more challenging if bonded contracts are a key to staying competitive.”
There are many different types of surety bonds. The surety is not an insurance product, however, despite offering many of the same assurances as insurance (and largely being provided by the insurance industry). With surety, the risk is typically underwritten with no expected losses, and the relationship between principal and surety is usually a lot closer than with traditional forms of insurance.
Payment and performance bonds are a type of surety that is usually used in the construction industry. They are meant to act as a form of protection for an owner, making sure that the contractor they hire will complete the job according to the terms of their contract and that they pay all of their subs and suppliers.
Another form in which surety bonds come in compliance and licensing. Compliance and licensing bonds are used to maintain a professional license or to obtain permits. Typically, there are statutory requirements for these types of bonds.
Finally, there are court and legal bonds. These bonds cover a wide range of court actions including bail, release of lien, adverse cost judgment, and more. As with other types of bonds, they are underwritten the same way general credit is underwritten, a process that involves a financial and skill qualification evaluation when performance is being bonded. Interested parties may reach out to the firm to learn more about the surety program of Talisman Casualty.
Talisman Casualty Insurance Company is among the most reliable providers of surety bonds and various forms of insurance in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company says, “The insurance business is as old as mankind, and the concept was first used in hunting groups where sharing the kill allowed the risk of starvation or injury to be minimized. Underwriting was the next major advance in risk management and got its start in the London shipping industry. It allowed more investments which expanded trade routes and led to the discovery of new resources through the use of risk syndication.”
As the insurance industry, an already vast landscape continues to change and expand, it maintains an unfortunate reliance on the same fundamental ideas of pricing risk. Talisman Casualty is well-versed in all the traditional forms of insurance, but it seeks to pursue more flexible, unique ways by which policies can be created that allow clients a greater deal of control over their own insurance. The company provides all of the necessary infrastructure to take advantage of the protected cell model. With Talisman, insureds also gain direct access to a wide range of international reinsurance markets.
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Talisman Casualty Insurance Company
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