recognised subject experts, usually current teachers or university lecturers. A Chief Examiner in each subject, sometimes assisted by an Assistant Chief Examiner, writes each examination paper. Back to A-Z menu
A physician authorized by the medical director of a life insurance company to make medical examinations. Persons assigned by the insurance commissioner to audit the affairs of the insurance company also are called examiners.
In life and health insurance, medical personnel authorized by the medical director of an insurance company to make medical examinations. Also, persons assigned by the insurance commissioner to audit the affairs of an insurance company.
an investigator who observes carefully; "the examiner searched for clues"
a lecturer/tutor appointed by the Director of Academic Studies to set and mark examination papers for a particular course for a particular period
an independent statutory officer holder who will undertake examinations for the purposes of ACC investigations/operations, but only when that investigation or operations has been determined by the Board to be a special ACC operation/investigation
An official possibly appointed by the court on request of a party in interest in Chapter 11 proceedings to investigate a debtor's affairs. Usually they check into wrongdoing.
Physician authorized by the medical director of an insurance company to make medical examinations. Also, person assigned by a state insurance commissioner to audit the affairs of an insurance company.
someone appointed by the University to conduct an examination, Tripos or otherwise.
An officer of the court sometimes appointed to investigate the financial affairs of the debtor.
a lecturer or lecturers responsible for the examination of a unit.
A physician appointed by the medical director of a Life or Health insurer to examine applicants.
A physician, nurse, or para-med appointed by the medical director of a life insurance company to examine applicants.
a professional appointed by the bankruptcy court to investigate and oversee certain aspects of the debtor or the proceedings. (By way of comparison, the role of the trustee is to operate the business of the debtor whereas the role of the examiner is to investigate and report to the court.)
An employee assigned by the state insurance department to audit insurers' records.
A person appointed by the court to investigate the debtor usually in Chapter 11 case only.