Surety Bond Quarterly - Spring 2016 - (Page 14)

Feature MAKING A DIFFERENCE NASBP Members Support Breakthrough in Trauma Treatment for Vets LAST YEAR, AT NASBP's 2015 Annual Meeting, former soldier Doug Bauldwin spoke about his struggles with post-traumatic stress (PTS) and the breakthrough treatment that turned his life around. His story inspired an outpouring of support from NASBP members. In less than a year, with contributions still coming in, individuals, agencies, and surety companies have raised more than $120,000 to support studies that could make this ground-breaking treatment available to other active warriors and veterans. But there's still more work to be done. 14 SURETY BOND QUARTERLY | SPRING 2016

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Surety Bond Quarterly - Spring 2016

NASBP Upcoming Meetings & Events
2015-2016 Executive Committee
From the CEO – It’s Spring and a Season of Change for Surety
Practical Insights: What You Need to Know – Joint Ventures in Construction
Making a Difference: NASBP Members support Breakthrough in Trauma Treatment for Vets
Susan Hecker Recognized for Contribution to Heavy-Construction Industry
Evolving Compliance Requirements: Addressing Human Trafficking
Subcontractor Surety Bonding and Default Insurance
Managing Subcontractor Risks of Non-Performance and Financial Failure
SDI Insured Must Shoulder Burden to Pursue Claims Against CGL Policy
One Contractor’s Transfer Preference: Subcontractor Bonds
Facilitating International Commercial Surety

Surety Bond Quarterly - Spring 2016