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A Guide to Outsourcing the Burdens & Risk of Lender-Placed Insurance

Updated: Jun 20, 2023

Learn how Lender-Placed Insurance minimizes risk for financial institutions and offers vital protection for consumers.

With insights from industry experts, this paper demonstrates the significance of LPI in the ever-evolving financial landscape.

 

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Lender-Placed Insurance is a policy that a lender purchases to protect their interest in a property if the borrower fails to maintain the required insurance coverage.


A third-party tracking company will be familiar with regulatory requirements and ensures that lenders follow all applicable laws and regulations.

- Travis Clayton

Vice President / Shareholder

R&Y Financial Institutions Industry Team Leader


Lender-placed insurance can benefit both lenders and borrowers in various ways.

Lender-placed insurance is a crucial component of risk management for lenders. Without proper insurance coverage, the lender is at risk of losing their investment in the property in the event of a natural disaster or other unexpected events. Lender-placed insurance ensures that the lender’s investment is protected even if the borrower fails to maintain the required insurance coverage.


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Learn how LPI minimizes risk for financial institutions and offers vital protection for consumers.

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Ross & Yerger – one of the largest independent, privately-held insurance agencies in the Southeast – was established in 1860 and is headquartered in Jackson, MS. The firm has 127 employees throughout their five offices in Jackson, Tupelo, Hattiesburg, New Orleans, and Memphis. Ross & Yerger is licensed in all 50 states and offers a full range of brokerage services, including insurance, employee benefits, bonds, financial services, and risk management consulting. For more about Ross & Yerger, visit www.rossandyerger.com.

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