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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Forget About Proving ROI: Why it Pays in Other Ways to Build a Wellness Culture

Posted by Ed Purcell on June 25, 2019

We live in a culture that increasingly prizes wellness. Americans are working out more, smoking less, drinking water instead of soda and replacing processed foods with fresh fruits and vegetables. It is happening! Nevertheless, there’s recently been what might be called a small media backlash against the idea of corporate wellness.

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Do you have an agent or a “true” broker?

Posted by Edward X. McNamara on November 10, 2017

When the cost rises for your insurance, does your broker blame the market? Does your broker advocate more for the insurance carrier than you? Sorry to report that you don't have a broker. You're working with an agent. You need to recruit a QB for risk management. Someone who can read the entire field of play, understand the playbook and corresponding coverages, know the right personnel for any given situation, and can lead a team around or through barriers to improved performance. Someone who is a "true" broker. Learn more... Continue Reading

Talent is the difference

Posted by Ed Purcell on October 11, 2017

Our client Brian Smith, CEO at Banyan Technology, shares insights into considerations to be made and counsel to be sought when scaling an enterprise for robust growth.

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The Solution for Health Care Insurance Inflation

Posted by Ed Purcell on September 22, 2017

What’s your broker’s 3-year plan to contain costs and retain services?

Companies without any sort of strategic plan in place for employee benefits are destined to fall short for their employees – even a goal of “status quo” requires some sort of multi-year strategy, as many competing external (and often internal) forces simply don’t allow for things to stay the same. Learn more... Continue Reading

Trusted Advisors, Fast Path to Scale Growth

Posted by Edward X. McNamara on February 07, 2017

At Armada, we take great pride in the protections our risk managers devise and the insurance coverages our brokers secure when mitigating risk exposures. But I would be lying if I didn’t admit that we find the greatest joy when we contribute to our clients’ growth. Learn more... Continue Reading

Manufacturer Cyber Risks from the Internet of Things

Posted by Jim Kenny on December 05, 2016

Did you miss our Nov. 22 webinar on Cyber Threats and the Internet of Things? It was only :15 minutes long, yet plenty of insights from the panel.

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Join Us for a Webinar

Posted by Edward X. McNamara on November 11, 2016

The Internet of Things and Cyber Threats:  

If production stops…make certain you get paid

Learn more in a :15 minute webinar on Tuesday, November 22.

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If production stops…make certain you get paid

Posted by Edward X. McNamara on October 24, 2016

Have you ever considered that a cyber-attack could do more than just take information and data? Did you know that cyber-attacks can now stop a manufacturer’s actual production line?  

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