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Tiffany Primerano

Tiffany Primerano began her career as a Customer Service Representative for Medical, Dental, and Disability claims at SunLife, where she eventually found her way to tele-underwriting for some of the largest creditors in North America. After 10 years of underwriting life, critical illness, and disability applications, she joined Logiq3, a subsidiary company of RGAX, in August of 2018 as a bilingual Underwriter. Tiffany has successfully completed the Logiq3 Underwriting Training Program and is currently working toward her FLMI designation. In her free time, Tiffany enjoys cooking, spending time at the cottage, boating, and entertaining.

Recent Posts

Underwriting Expert Series - Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Jul 17, 2020 10:39:42 AM / by Tiffany Primerano

Polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS, is a condition that affects about 10 million women in the world. It is the most common endocrinopathy among women of reproductive age.

PCOS is important for underwriters to recognize because it is so pervasive. The syndrome can have a wide range of long lasting physical, mental, and emotional impacts, so understanding the symptoms and long-term effects is crucial for underwriters to make an informed assessment.

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Evaluating Underwriters Beyond Auditing

Jun 18, 2019 11:04:31 AM / by Tiffany Primerano posted in Underwriting, E-Learning / Training

As underwriters, we analyze risk in insurance proposals and determine policy terms and premiums on the basis of actuarial, statistical, and background information.  We receive intense training and amass great amounts of knowledge through hands-on training.  We accordingly possess stellar analytical skills, keen attention to detail, and advanced verbal communication skills.

Moreover, we exercise sound judgement, show consummate negotiation skills, and maintain an extraordinary ability to think outside the box in making the pieces of insurability evidence fit together like a jigsaw puzzle.  These special powers make us the superheroes of the insurance industry.

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