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Underwriting Bulletins

These bulletins highlight some of the basic guidelines required by the underwriting department at Signature Risk Partners Inc. and they are to be used for all new and renewal business effective as of the date of issuance.

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Friday September 15th, 2017

Regardless of your position on Global Warming I think we can all agree that weather patterns are changing…

Thursday November 19th, 2015

We understand the importance of getting terms out to you quickly but we need your help…

Wednesday October 21st, 2015

Golf carts operated by customers who drive recklessly can lead to serious and in some cases fatal injuries. Here are some comments from one of the leaders in the golf insurance industry…

Wednesday September 9th, 2015

At Signature Risk Partners Inc. our goal is to provide exceptional levels of service at all times and especially during the submission process…

Thursday June 4th, 2015

This article will discusses the important factors to consider when calculating limits as well as highlight specific coverages that will protect winery owners and operators against losses.

Tuesday March 24th, 2015

Fuel storage tanks pose one of the biggest pollution risks at a golf course due to their average age and propensity to leak.  Please read the attached Bulletin for more information.

Friday June 6th, 2014

Over the last 10 years there have been two significant structural changes that are affecting the Canadian golf club industry in a meaningful way. Please read the attached Bulletin for more information.

Wednesday March 19th, 2014

There have been some improvements and changes made to the Signature Golf policy wordings. These changes improve coverage in a few areas and provide better clarity around the existing coverages offered. Please read the attached article for more information.

Friday November 1st, 2013

In order to calculate a reasonable estimate for the replacement cost of the trellis system at a winery can be difficult and depends on the trellis system and vine spacing.

Wednesday July 17th, 2013

Stock is a critical issue for wineries since the production of wine can take months or even years to complete and the value of wines in process increases with each passing day.

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