CLU. A designation granted by the American College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania...
One of several professional designations conferred by The American College (formerly The American College of Life Underwriters), Email: Student-Services@Amercoll.Edu, fax: (610) 526-1465, Address: 270 South Bryn Mawr Avenue, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-2196, phone: (610) 526- 1490. Those receiving the designation must pass a series of courses and examinations on insurance, business, investments and tax law. Professional business experience in a relevant life insurance field is also necessary.
An individual who has completed training in life insurance and personal insurance planning. see also underwriter.
professional designation of The American College that is earned by passing 10 national examinations. The examinations include insurance, investments, law, employee benefit plans, management, employee benefits, accounting and economics. Also see The American College Home Page.
A professional designation conferred upon an individual by the American College as a result of the attainment of high standards of education and proficiency in the art and science of life underwriting. The CLU program delves deeply into the life insurance business, its place in the economy, its operation and distribution systems, and its investment basis. CLU candidates must pass a national examination that covers life insurance, insurance law, taxation, group benefits, investments, and retirement and estate planning.
Offered through the American College @ www.amercoll.edu. The CLU designation is the undisputed professional credential for persons involved in the protection, accumulation, preservation and distribution of the economic values of human life. Since the first examinations were held in 1928, more than 85,000 men and women have met the educational, experience and ethics mandates needed to earn the CLU designation.
A designation granted by the American College (Bryn Mawr, PA) to individuals who pass a series of written examinations on topics related to insurance, taxation, economics, and estate planning.
A designation conferred in recognition of the attainment of certain standards of education and proficiency in the uses of life insurance to satisfy the financial needs of the insured in light of current tax and other laws. A Chartered Life Underwriter is normally an agent or someone responsible for sales or marketing activities.
A professional designation (achieved by passing a series of examinations) demonstrating knowledge of life insurance products and their potential uses to meet business, estate planning, retirement planning, and other objectives.
A professional designation granted by The American College to individuals who complete a comprehensive curriculum focused primarily on risk management. Prerequisites include passing a series of written examinations, meeting specified experience requirements, and maintaining ethical standards. The curriculum encompasses insurance and financial planning, income taxation, individual life insurance, life insurance law, estate and succession planning, and planning for business owners and professionals.
A designation granted by the American College of Life Underwriters upon successful completion of a series of examinations.
An individual who has attained a high degree of technical competency in the fields of life and health insurance and who is expected to abide by a code of ethics. Must have minimum of three years of experience in life or health insurance sales and have passed ten professional examinations administered by The American College.
Designation issued indicating training in life insurance and personal insurance planning.
an insurance representative who is trained in insurance and the methods of selling insurance from a course given by the Life Underwriters Association of Canada. Page 358
A professional designation offered by the American College to persons who: (1) pass a series of professional examinations on subjects related to life-health insurance, (2) have at least three years of life-health insurance experience, and (3) subscribe to a code of ethics.
A professional designation given to qualifying life insurance agents by the American College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.