1. What motivates you as an underwriter?

My mitigation come from my dargther. The more I grow the more she grows. We take to each other everyday and I motivate and in courage her to stay focus on her classes.

2. What decisions are easiest for you to make? What are the most difficult?

Based on the company underwriting guidelines, choosing the right account the best fits the company appetite. The most difficult decision for me to make is making sure that I have enough information in my notes.

3. What are the steps you follow to study a problem before making a decision?

The steps that I would take is to first get as much history or background of the problem, second find out whoare involved in the problem. Understanding how and why the problem with aid me in making a decision.

4. How do you keep track of work so that it gets done on time?

Desk management. I track my by using a pipeline to track both my renewal accounts as well as my new business.

5. What do you do when your time schedule or project plan is upset by unforeseen circumstances?

To counteract unforeseen circumstances, I always try to leave room for error. I try to get as much of my work done in advance so that I am not rushing to complete anyone account.

6. Please tell me what is the most difficult situation you have had to face and how did you tackle it?

Learning to work with new and mulitipule system. I just got access to the programs and started working in them. I believe that the only true way to learn anything new is to get your hands dirt.

7. What goals have you set for yourself this year?

The goals that I have set for myself this year to be employed by a company that is just as excited about railroad as I am and believe that xl just might be that company as you just open up a railroad department.

8. What was your greatest accomplishment as an underwriter?

My greatest accomplishment as an underwriter so fast has be retaining the renewal book after the company closed our Dallas and Canadian office.

9. How Do You Stay on Top of Current Laws?

The laws regarding finance and insurance are always changing, so your interviewer will want to know how you stay informed. "I attend a finance seminar twice yearly so I can stay on top of any changes that are made to the law" or even "I participate in an online notification system. I receive an email once every quarter that details any changes that have taken place" is a great answer to this question. It shows that you have taken the initiative to stay on top of these changes on your own. However, you should always be open to suggestions from your interviewer.

10. How would you compare your current job to that of an underwriter?

Currently, I am am underwriter. I am just looking for a company that is existed about railroad.

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