Insurance Producers Sample Clauses

Insurance Producers. No individual may apply, procure, negotiate, or place for others any policy or contract of a prepaid limited health service organization unless that individual holds a license or is otherwise duly authorized to sell accident and health insurance policies, health, hospital or medical service contracts, or health maintenance organization contracts.
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Insurance Producers. Except as would not have, individually or in the aggregate, a Material Adverse Effect, to the Knowledge of AHL, each Person, including salaried employees of AHL or its Subsidiaries, performing the duties of insurance producer, agency, managing general agent, third party administrator, broker, solicitor, adjuster, marketer, underwriter, wholesaler, distributor, producer or customer representative for AHL (collectively, “Producers”), at the time such Producer wrote, sold, solicited, produced, serviced or adjusted business, or performed such other act for or on behalf of AHL or any of its Subsidiaries that may require a producer’s, solicitor’s, broker’s, adjusters’ or other insurance license, was duly licensed and appointed, where required, as an insurance producer, managing general agent, third party administrator, broker, solicitor or adjuster, as applicable (for the type of business written, sold or produced by such insurance producer, agency, managing general agent, third party administrator, broker, solicitor, adjuster or customer representative), in the particular jurisdiction in which such Producer wrote, sold, produced, solicited or serviced such business. Except as would not have, individually or in the aggregate, a Material Adverse Effect, no such Producer violated any term or provision of applicable Law relating to the sale or production of any AHL Insurance Contract and no Producer has breached the terms of any agency or broker contract with an AHL Insurance Subsidiary or violated any Law or policy of an AHL Insurance Subsidiary in the solicitation, negotiation, writing, sale or production of business for any AHL Insurance Subsidiary.
Insurance Producers. (a) To the Knowledge of Seller, since January 1, 2019, each Insurance Producer, at the time such Person marketed, wrote, sold or produced the Covered Insurance Policies, was duly licensed as required by applicable Law (for the type of business written, sold or produced) and, to the Knowledge of Seller, as of the date hereof, no Insurance Producer is in violation (or with or without notice or lapse of time or both, would be in violation) of any term or provision of any Law applicable to the writing, sale or production of such business, except for such failures to be licensed or such violations which have been cured, resolved or settled through agreements with applicable Governmental Entities, are barred by an applicable statute of limitations or as would not reasonably be expected to be material to the FSS Business. Other than the Insurance Producers, no Persons write, market, sell or produce products of the FSS Business in exchange for compensation.
Insurance Producers. Except as, individually or in the aggregate, is not and would not be reasonably expected to be, material to the Company and its Subsidiaries, taken as a whole, since January 1, 2019, each employee who is an Insurance Producer and, to the knowledge of the Company, each other Insurance Producer, (a) at the time such Insurance Producer solicited, negotiated or sold any Insurance Contract, was duly and appropriately appointed by an Insurance Company, in compliance with applicable Law, to act as an Insurance Producer for such Insurance Contract, and was duly and appropriately licensed as an Insurance Producer (for the type of business sold or produced by such Insurance Producer on behalf of such Insurance Company), in each jurisdiction in which such Insurance Producer was required to be so licensed, and no such Insurance Producer violated any term or provision of applicable Law relating to the solicitation, negotiation or sale of any Insurance Contract, (b) has not breached the terms of any agency or broker contract with any Insurance Company or violated in any material respect any Law or policy of any Insurance Company in the solicitation, negotiation or sale of business for any Insurance Company, (c) has not been enjoined, indicted, convicted or made the subject of any consent decree or judgment on account of any violation in any material respect of applicable Law in connection with such Insurance Producer’s actions in his, her or its capacity as an Insurance Producer for any Insurance Company nor has any Insurance Producer been subject to any enforcement or disciplinary proceeding alleging any such violation and (d) has not received any written notice from any Governmental Entity with respect to any Insurance Producer regarding any of the matters described in clauses (a) through (c). There are no outstanding (i) disputes between the Company or any Insurance Company and an Insurance Producer concerning material amounts of commissions or other incentive compensation, (ii) to the knowledge of the Company, material errors and omissions claims against any Insurance Producer in regard to any Insurance Contract related to or arising from the Insurance Producer’s relationship with the Company or any Insurance Company or (iii) material amounts owed by any Insurance Producer to any Insurance Company. The manner in which the Insurance Companies compensate Insurance Producers involved in the solicitation, negotiation, sale or servicing of Insurance Contracts is in compl...
Insurance Producers. (a) Section 2.17(a) of the Disclosure Schedule sets forth a summary description of the standard form compensation arrangements in place on the date of this Agreement with classes of Pyramid's insurance agents, managers, brokers and other producers. Seller has provided to Purchaser copies of each standard form of agreement referred to in such summary description.
Insurance Producers. (a) NPCC has made available to USAC true, correct and complete copies of such standard forms of the existing Contracts or other agreements relating to the marketing or sale of products of DCLIC (“Producer Agreements”) and copies of any Producer Agreements that differ from the standard forms. Such forms of Producer Agreements comply with all applicable Laws. As of the date of this Agreement, no other party to any Producer Agreement has given written notice to NPCC or DCLIC that it intends to terminate or cancel any Producer Agreement as a result of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement. Each Producer Agreement between DCLIC and each insurance producer, agent, managing general agent, broker, solicitor, and customer representative of DCLIC in connection with the sale of any insurance or other product (collectively, “Insurance Producers”) is valid and binding on DCLIC and, to the Knowledge of NPCC, each of the Insurance Producers that are a party thereto, and in full force and effect and enforceable in accordance with its terms. DCLIC is not in default, and, to the Knowledge of NPCC, no Insurance Producers are in default, under any Producer Agreement.
Insurance Producers. Except as, individually or in the aggregate, is not and would not be reasonably expected to be, material to the Company and the Company Insurance Subsidiaries, taken as a whole, since January 1, 2019, each employee who is an Insurance Producer and, to the knowledge of the Company, each other Insurance Producer, (a) at the time such Insurance Producer solicited or sold any Insurance Contract, was duly and appropriately appointed by a Company Insurance Subsidiary, in compliance with applicable law, to act as an Insurance Producer for such Insurance Contract, and was duly and appropriately licensed as an Insurance Producer (for the type of business sold or produced by such Insurance Producer on behalf of the Company Insurance Subsidiary), in each jurisdiction in which such Insurance Producer was required to be so licensed, and, to the knowledge of the Company, no such Insurance Producer violated any term or provision of applicable law relating to the solicitation or sale of any Insurance Contract in any material respect, (b) to the knowledge of the Company, has not breached the terms of any agency or broker contract with the Company Insurance Subsidiary 38 or violated in any material respect any policy of the Company Insurance Subsidiary in the solicitation or sale of business for the Company Insurance Subsidiary and (c) to the knowledge of the Company, has not been enjoined, indicted, convicted or made the subject of any consent decree or judgment on account of any violation in any material respect of applicable law in connection with such Insurance Producer’s actions in his, her or its capacity as an Insurance Producer for the Company Insurance Subsidiary nor, to the knowledge of the Company, has any Insurance Producer been subject to any enforcement or disciplinary proceeding alleging any such violation. The Company has not received any written notice from any Governmental Entity with respect to any Insurance Producer regarding any of the matters described in clauses (a) through (c). There are no outstanding (i) material disputes between the Company or any Company Insurance Subsidiary and an Insurance Producer concerning material amounts of commissions or other incentive compensation, (ii) to the knowledge of the Company, material errors and omissions claims against any Insurance Producer in regard to any Insurance Contract related to or arising from the Insurance Producer’s relationship with the Company or the Company Insurance Subsidiary or (iii) materia...
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Insurance Producers. All contracts between an Insurance Company and its insurance agents, managers, brokers, managing general agents and all other insurance producers (collectively "Insurance Producers") listed or required to be listed in Section 2.14 of the Seller Schedule are in full force and effect, except for any failures to be in full force and effect as would not, individually or in the aggregate, have a Company Material Adverse Effect. No Insurance Company is, and to the knowledge of Seller, none of the Insurance Producers are, in default in any material respect under any such contract. Set forth in Section 2.24 of the Seller Schedule is a true and correct (i) summary description of all material compensation arrangements with the Insurance Producers and (ii) a list of all managing general agents appointed by any Insurance Company. To the knowledge of Seller, each of the Insurance Producers is duly licensed in every jurisdiction in which such licensing is required by law to solicit, negotiate, effect, renew or bind policies of insurance, or otherwise to act as an insurance agent, broker, producer or managing general agent (as the case may be), and is in full compliance with applicable laws governing the activities of the Insurance Producers, except for any failures to be duly licensed or in full compliance as would not, individually or in the aggregate, have a Company Material Adverse Effect.
Insurance Producers. Section 2.18 of the Disclosure Schedule sets forth a summary description of the compensation arrangements in place on the date of this Agreement with the Company's insurance agents, managers, brokers and other producers, which summary is true and complete in all material respects. Seller has provided to Purchaser copies of each form of agreement in place on the date of this Agreement between the Company and its insurance producers.
Insurance Producers. (a) Except as set forth in Section 3.34(a)(i) of the Parent Disclosure Letter, to the Knowledge of Parent, each Person, including salaried employees of Parent and any of its Subsidiaries, performing the duties of insurance producer, agent, managing general agent, broker, solicitor, marketer, underwriter, wholesaler, distributor, producer or customer representative for Parent or any of its Subsidiaries (each, a “Producer” and collectively, “Producers”), at the time such Producer wrote, sold or produced business for or on behalf of the Parent or any of its Subsidiaries, was duly licensed and appointed, where required, as an insurance producer, managing general agent, agency or broker or solicitor, as applicable (for the type of business written, sold or produced by such Producer), in the particular jurisdiction in which such Producer wrote, sold, produced, solicited, or serviced such business for Parent, as may be required by such jurisdiction and acted in such capacity in compliance with all applicable Law in the writing, sale, production, solicitation or servicing of such business or products. Section 3.34(a)(ii) of the Parent Disclosure Letter sets forth a true and complete list of any Producer that has accounted for $10 million or more of the gross written premium of Parent in any of the calendar years ended December 31, 2016 (any such Producer, a “Significant Producer”).
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