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Synonyms for syndicate

Synonyms for syndicate

a combination of businesses closely interconnected for common profit

Synonyms for syndicate

a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities

an association of companies for some definite purpose

a news agency that sells features or articles or photographs etc

join together into a syndicate

organize into or form a syndicate

sell articles, television programs, or photos to several publications or independent broadcasting stations

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The coverage forms used by risk purchasing groups are usually equal to or better than the forms offered by the standard market.
Non-traditional insurance solutions include claims-made liability insurance policies, risk purchasing group programs, captive and rent-a-captive insurance arrangements, and excess and surplus lines insurance placements.
Grillo: Nursing home purchasing groups probably wouldn't have much impact on pricing.
The primary difference between risk retention groups and purchasing groups is that risk retention groups retain risks while purchasing groups do not.
Isakowitz, a lobbyist at the National Federation of Independent Business, said the new purchasing groups were his top priority in the insurance legislation.
Assess the impact of early retirees' purchasing coverage from regional purchasing groups.
Small black-owned businesses that are victims of redlining should find it easier to obtain coverage in a small business purchasing group like the one in the BentsenDurenberger bill.
Amendments to the risk retention act proposed in the third initiative would assure that risk retention and purchasing groups are controlled by their members.
Contract notice: NHS Framework Agreement for the London Pharmacy Purchasing Groups for the supply of Proprietary Pharmaceuticals Tranche A.
In a recent survey of purchasing groups, 25 of the 31 responding groups indicated that, to increase their leverage, they used committed buying programs requiring members to purchase 70 to 100% of a product category under contract.
During the hearing Susan Howard, associate undersecretary for economic affairs for the Department of Commerce, recommended amendments to the act that would ensure membership control of risk retention and purchasing groups; preserve single state regulation; tighten state regulation of purchasing groups; and improve disclosure requirements regarding purchasing groups and their insurers.
s involvement with multiple purchasing groups and alliances has allowed this not-for-profit organization to enrich its core services
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