Customer Bankruptcy Portfolio
We are market testing a sales-oriented bad debt prevention innovation and professional representation business model designed to pull lost profits, assets and customers back from the brink. Early testing has yielded an extraordinary increase in contract assumptions from secured and unsecured bankrupt customers.
Seeking high-volume, u.S.-based b2b customer bankruptcy portfolio from an executory creditor wishing to receive payment in full and retain emerging customers. Creditor will pay a nominal per-account clerical fee of $55.
If you lease, rent, finance, franchise, license, maintain & support, warehouse or provide retained professional or other ongoing services, your bankrupt customers’ credit agreements will likely be treated as executory contracts by debtors’ attorneys and court trustees.+2 Other Responses
Insurer Insolvency Funds In Road Accident Cases
We are looking to understand the nature of activity of insurer insolvency funds, especially in road accident cases. We are looking for answers for the following questions:
• what are the common financial resources of such funds (government, insurance fees, liquidation of assets of insolvent insurance companies, insurance fees etc.)
• what is the portion of compensations for insurer insolvency as a percentage of all other compensations (unidentified car, uninsured driver etc.)
• how do funds calculate the needed reserves for cases of insurer insolvency, and do they keep, manage, or calculate the needed reserves in a different manner that other cases?
• reserve management: are the reserves invested in financial instruments? What is the investment policy?
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