Welcome to DU! The truly grassroots left-of-center political community where regular people, not algorithms, drive the discussions and set the standards. Join the community: Create a free account Support DU (and get rid of ads!): Become a Star Member Latest Breaking News General Discussion The DU Lounge All Forums Issue Forums Culture Forums Alliance Forums Region Forums Support Forums Help & Search

General Discussion

Showing Original Post only (View all)


(15,560 posts)
Sat Mar 9, 2024, 09:32 AM Mar 2024

Chubb seems to think loaning TSF $91M is a "sound investment" [View all]

Do you think we should show them it's not?

58 votes, 1 pass | Time left: Time expired
Is loaning a rapist facing 91 felonies a sound business practice?
3 (5%)
Will Chubs CEO be nominated for a Medal of Freedom by TSF
2 (3%)
Should Chubs next act be managing the Social Security Trust Fund?
0 (0%)
This Stinks to High Heaven
53 (91%)
Show usernames
Disclaimer: This is an Internet poll
44 replies = new reply since forum marked as read
Highlight: NoneDon't highlight anything 5 newestHighlight 5 most recent replies
I'm not voting but it's their money. If they are dumb jimfields33 Mar 2024 #1
Is it their money, or do they have a fiduciary obligation to their shareholders? maxrandb Mar 2024 #6
Who ever heard of WHAT place? brooklynite Mar 2024 #8
I have USAA. Yours must be regional. jimfields33 Mar 2024 #13
Hardly regional MichMan Mar 2024 #14
Evan Greenberg is son of late AIG chair Maurice "Mo" Greenberg. Kid Berwyn Mar 2024 #22
The poster I replied to had never heard of them, and suggested they were a small regional outfit MichMan Mar 2024 #24
Sorry, didn't mean to confuse you or the issue. Kid Berwyn Mar 2024 #36
I'm not confused MichMan Mar 2024 #38
That's why I posted the father-son nepotistic side of big money. Kid Berwyn Mar 2024 #42
Thanks for connecting the dots MichMan Mar 2024 #43
No, niche. brooklynite Mar 2024 #23
Then if you make a claim you'll be getting money from Russia! Ocelot II Mar 2024 #32
Chubb is a frequent underwriter of a lot of PBS shows. Gidney N Cloyd Mar 2024 #18
So are the Koch brothers maxrandb Mar 2024 #20
My point is that they're well known, not that they're angels. Gidney N Cloyd Mar 2024 #21
Considering the CEO was a TRump WH advisor Historic NY Mar 2024 #2
If it's morally wrong, you shouldn't do it. Squaredeal Mar 2024 #3
They've been in the business for a long time. cloudbase Mar 2024 #4
Depends on the interest rate and collateral. Insurance companies are very (very) good at pricing "risk" CincyDem Mar 2024 #5
What's to stop them from just forgiving the loan? maxrandb Mar 2024 #9
One word: Shareholders NanaCat Mar 2024 #12
IMHO, nothing. But that's a separate business decision CincyDem Mar 2024 #16
IMO he was already repaid with very valuable information. onecaliberal Mar 2024 #26
It's not a loan. It's insurance. Ocelot II Mar 2024 #31
Again, it's not a loan, it's insurance. Ocelot II Mar 2024 #34
I doubt the cost of getting the surety is anywhere near 15%. onenote Mar 2024 #27
Fool.. money... parted... Yada... Yada. n/t Hugin Mar 2024 #7
Passing ProfessorGAC Mar 2024 #10
Should we call him Chubby? NameAlreadyTaken Mar 2024 #11
Assuming trump loses his appeal, it will be fun watching either the government or Chubb going after trump's assets. Silent Type Mar 2024 #15
They'll lose their money just as Mike Lindell has lost his money in service to the wannabe dictator. Vinca Mar 2024 #17
No, they won't. They wouldn't have written the bond if they thought they would. Ocelot II Mar 2024 #29
Chubb probably has a very heavy collateral contract. keithbvadu2 Mar 2024 #19
Not voting, but it is virtually certain that Chubb will not lose money on this surety. onenote Mar 2024 #25
These threads are driving me nuts - some people still seem to think an appeal bond is a bad thing - Ocelot II Mar 2024 #37
It isn't a loan. It's insurance. Doesn't anybody understand how this works? Ocelot II Mar 2024 #28
Can't confuse people with logic when it disputes their agenda MichMan Mar 2024 #33
"Doesn't anybody understand how this works?" Zeitghost Mar 2024 #41
Yeah, but Diraven Mar 2024 #44
A fool and it's money are soon parted RainCaster Mar 2024 #30
It's out of his hands once the bond is issued. Carroll gets her money Ocelot II Mar 2024 #35
Moreover, if, heaven forbid, Trump prevailed in his appeal, Chubb gets to keep the premiums it received and Trump onenote Mar 2024 #39
If he thinks Dump will pay him back, he's an idiot sakabatou Mar 2024 #40
Latest Discussions»General Discussion»Chubb seems to think loan...