Category Archives: How to Choose Your Insurance Broker (Series)

Equity Investors Must Recapture Wasted Capital (How to Choose Your Insurance Broker Series)

Investment Bankers and Equity Partners should choose an Analytic Broker to show them how to recapture millions of dollars inside their transactions and acquisitions. How? Through the actual dollars that are currently being wasted in Financial Leakage.

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The Only Fair Way to Pay Your Broker (How To Choose Your Insurance Broker Series)

As a buyer of risk financing and risk control services, you should know this: Fee-based broker compensation is the only fair way for you to remunerate your broker. Notice I said fair. That means fair to both parties of the transaction. If you do it any other way, one of the two parties (you or […]

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How to Tell if You Have Outgrown Your Insurance Broker (How To Choose Your Insurance Broker Series)

If you are like most buyers of risk financing and insurance services, it is difficult to tell when you should consider a change.  You are being called regularly and told that you should consider changing because the caller has the biggest, the best or most efficient Brokerage Firm.  In many cases, you are being told […]

Where’s The Beef? (How To Choose Your Insurance Broker Series)

As you will recall in ‘The Worst Choices a Buyer Can Make‘, we cautioned Buyers that they should not focus on market selection and carrier representation, as virtually all Brokers now represent the same carriers. To counteract this reality, many Brokers have developed their own risk control, claims management and specialized resources.  And then the […]

The Worst Choices a Buyer Can Make (How to Choose Your Insurance Broker Series)

For decades, Buyers of insurance and brokerage services have used various techniques to choose their Broker. The three main processes are as follows: The Market Selection Process. This method was prevalent when there was a large number of underwriting carriers. It is now completely outdated, as marketplace upheavals have reduced the number of viable insurance […]