Commercial Surety

NASBP is pleased to offer the following informative resource materials on commercial surety.


Virtual Seminars on Commercial Surety Topics

Construction Industry Markets, Perspectives and Battle Scars
This NASBP Virtual seminar will begin with an overview of current economic market conditions to lay foundation for a dynamic round table discussion, between two battled tested construction company officers and a turnaround consultant.
Probate Bonds Cover What?
Join us for this interesting look behind the curtain at probate bonds.
Registration for the 2023 NASBP Virtual Seminar Annual Subscription is now open and available only for NASBP Members, Affiliates, and Associates. For just $999–that’s almost half of what you would pay if you purchased each of the nearly two dozen 2023 Virtual Seminars individually.
Surety Industry Market Update
This presentation provides a look backward at surety industry statistics and a look ahead at developing trends to provide a snapshot of the Surety market today and where it could be headed tomorrow.
Interesting Insights Into The World Of Subdivision Bonds
Subdivision/Development bonds are a common requirement in most municipalities across the county.
Indemnity Agreements – Why bother taking them and how to take them correctly
During this NASBP Virtual seminar, we are joined by Whit Campbell of The Hartford and Kara London of Philadelphia Insurance Companies for a discussion on Indemnity Agreements.

Commercial Surety Resources

A collection of additional commercial surety resources.

  • Bond Execution Guide
    A basic manual to help administrative staff reach a general understanding of the basics of the surety bond form, including important terms and items to check.
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  • NASBP's "Commercial Surety Online Reference Guide"
    White paper created by NASBP that describes the many types of bonds and nuances of commercial surety.
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Commercial Surety Articles

Public Bonding Kit


Under the aegis of the NASBP Commercial Bonding Committee, this tool kit was created to help surety professionals explain the function and necessity of bonding to local, or state employees, elected officials, and any other person responsible for spending taxpayer dollars on behalf of the public. It is our goal to assist clients and potential obligees in making wise decisions about bonding projects where taxpayer money is involved.

Check out the Public Bonding Kit