Regularly ranked as one of the top firms serving the insurance industry by AM Best Company, we’re experienced in evaluating changing regulations and your business objectives to provide thoughtful, insightful guidance.
Our clients provide a wide array of insurance products and represent a cross-section of the insurance industry, ranging from health and medical insurance carriers to captive entities and state insurance associations. We provide our clients with services ranging from audit, tax planning and compliance, and IT security consulting to Own Risk and Solvency Assessment (ORSA), internal audit, and Model Audit Rule Compliance (MAR).
Areas of Focus
Tax reform: Uncovering opportunities
Will you and your business be affected by the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act? In a word, yes. Here’s what you need to know right now in order to prepare for the changes.
Insights for owner-managed businesses
Insurance Services Thought Leadership
Insurance Data Security Model Law: A response to cybersecurity threatsWith more data breaches occurring every day, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners has released the long-awaited Insurance Data Security Model Law. Here’s what you need to know about the insurance industry response to cyber and data security threats.
Change the character of your net capital lossesInsurers that sell investments in the face of abnormal losses may have the opportunity to change the character of a net capital loss into an ordinary deductible loss. Our three-part approach shows you how.
Fraud happensStraight from our forensic investigative practice, these suggestions will help you establish critical policies and procedures to avoid it. Because trust is not an internal control.
Don't neglect tech: Cybersecurity is key to due diligenceAn independent assessment of your target's network, data, and cybersecurity measures mitigates risk — and headaches. Don’t overlook these seven areas.
Ethics and the insurance industryPublic perception of ethics in the insurance industry is... Let's just say it's not at an all-time high. Changing those perceptions takes a top-down, enterprise-wide approach. These guiding principles and questions can help.
Fraud: Reporting it to the IRSIf you’ve been defrauded, there are two steps to bringing the fraudster to justice. First, tell the police. Then, the IRS.
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