Strategic Risk Consulting

RISK MANAGEMENT

Strategic Risk Consulting

Our clients count on us to deliver results that matter most.

Understanding your business

Our clients count on us to deliver exceptional results that drive success today and into the future. Strategic risk consulting fosters a deep understanding of your business and industry. We look at your business goals, then connect those goals with a clear set of risk management and employee benefit strategies. Our clients' businesses are evolving at an accelerated pace. Given this, the ongoing assessment of insurance, human resources, risk finance and risk management strategies is a business imperative that delivers results for your business.

Our strategic risk consulting approach creates strong alignment between your business strategy and your risk management and employee benefits strategies. The result is a multi-year strategic plan, focused on delivering results with key metrics that drive results that are most important to you. We develop the plan using a robust set of business intelligence tools and analytics.

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800 word blog outlining the state of homeowner insurance, including reasons for rising premiums. With a focus on HNW markets such as Florida and California, Excess & Surplus lines might be a viable alternative when traditional carriers exit high-risk markets. Extreme Exodus: Is Your Homeowner’s Policy at Risk of Cancellation?

2024 Lockton National Benefits Survey

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D&O insurance in focus amid new SEC climate disclosure rules

After two years of public commentary and debate, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) finally adopted new climate disclosure rules last month. While the rules are being challenged in court, they could present significant liability for public companies once they are required to comply, starting as early as next year — which means companies should begin preparations now.After two years of public commentary and debate, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) finally adopted new climate disclosure rules last month. While the rules are being challenged in court, they could present significant liability for public companies once they are required to comply, starting as early as next year — which means companies should begin preparations now.

Responding to continuing adverse loss development in liability

In October, Lockton examined an important question for commercial insurance buyers: Why are liability rates continuing to rise?In October, Lockton examined an important question for commercial insurance buyers: Why are liability rates continuing to rise?
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