State of the Property & Casualty Marketplace

Posted by Pam Fleischer on July 27, 2020

The year 2020 has brought many unexpected changes to the world, including the insurance markets. We were already experiencing hardening market conditions in the insurance industry even before the COVID-19 pandemic applied further rate pressure.
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The Value of Trade Credit Insurance for Private Equity Firms

Posted by Edward McNamara on July 01, 2020

When looking for strategies that can help a private equity firm protect the investments in its portfolio and give them a competitive edge, many executives are now turning to Trade Credit insurance as a solution. 
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Mental Health Awareness Month

Posted by Eileen Dooley on June 08, 2020

The month of May was Mental Health Awareness Month. June is here and mental health awareness should be just as important and available.
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What’s Trending: Some Employee Benefits Wrinkles We See in the New Year

Posted by Bridget Day Kozub on February 06, 2020

Benefits professionals have no doubt always believed their contributions were crucial to the overall success of their employers. But that’s perhaps never been truer than it is today.
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Protecting You & Your Family Against Cybercrime

Posted by Cathy Kravec on January 08, 2020

Cybercrime is all over the news lately. Reports of data breaches affecting hundreds of millions and sometimes even billions of customers and account holders have sadly become routine. While cyber-attacks on corporations and other large organizations tend to get most of the attention, financially successful individuals and families are equally appealing targets.
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October is Cybersecurity Month Cyber Liability: Who’s At Risk?

Posted by Mary Benko on October 22, 2019

With headlines regularly spotlighting giant data breaches at Fortune 500 companies, sometimes involving millions — in a few cases even hundreds of millions or billions — of compromised customer accounts, it’s easy to assume that privacy breaches are a concern only for the largest organizations.

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Are You Covered Against an Active Assailant?

Posted by Pam Fleischer on October 02, 2019

Hardly a week goes by these days without news coverage of the latest mass shooting somewhere in America. Last year alone, there were 340 mass shootings in this country, and that number will likely be even larger this year. The locations and other details may vary, but these violent episodes otherwise seem to have a numbing sameness. Continue Reading

Why It Pays to Outsource Your Leave Management Programs

Posted by Bridget Day Kozub on September 10, 2019

As employers face a growing tangle of laws and regulations governing mandated employee leave, an entire niche has arisen in recent years to help them cope: the absence management industry.

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What the CFO Doesn't know

Posted by on August 14, 2019

Do you really know why you are paying what you are paying, or even more importantly, what your insurance is protecting you from? Let’s talk a bit about why you need to change your thinking and how starting an insurance brokerage has opened my eyes to these and other insurance-related issues.

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No One Thinks About Insurance, Until Catastrophe Hits

Posted by Edward McNamara on July 25, 2019

If I asked you to give me an example of a catastrophe, most people’s minds would immediately turn to an earthquake, tornado, or a major fire that destroys an entire neighborhood. Those are definite catastrophes that can affect large numbers of people. But what if I asked you more directly, what would rock your world enough to be considered a personal catastrophe? Those answers can be much more varied and subjective.

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