Choose from any of our reports and we will be happy to send it/them to you via email at no cost.

    Risk Advisory Forum will be on September 28

    What CEOs and CFOs need to know about the risks to their businesses and how to manage them

    Wednesday, September 28, 2016   4- 6:00 PM
    Cocktails from 6 to 7:30
    The Boston College Club – 100 Federal Street, 36th Floor, Boston, Massachusetts 

    LicataRisk is extremely pleased to have the following guest speakers from law firm Foley Hoag:

    Martin Pentz, a partner in the Boston office with a practice in insurance recovery

    Creighton Page, an associate in the firm’s litigation department who also represents policyholders in insurance disputes

    Abby Krueger, Senior Risk Advisor at LicataRisk, will also be a panelist and Frank Licata will moderate the program


    The what and how of risk management, and the inner workings of the dangerous world of insurance: 

    -Reporting early, controlling the defense, motivating the insurer to pay, knowing when to litigate

    -cyber risk and cyber insurance

    -the elevated and escalating flood exposure

    -the buyer’s market for insurance and how to tap it to reduce cost and negotiate terms

    This is a not-to-miss program!

    A networking reception will follow.

    Seating is limited – Please contact Brent Trethewey for an invitation.

    Sep 06, 2016

    Licata Risk Licata Risk & Insurance Advisors, Inc.
    265 Franklin Street
    Suite 1702
    Boston, MA 02110
    617-451-2140   advice@licatarisk
    501 East Las Olas Boulevard
    Suite 300/200
    Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
    LicataRisk Advisors is an independent risk management and insurance consulting firm. We are not brokers and we do not sell insurance. We are not connected to any insurance company or product in any way and do not receive commissions. This is an important difference as you will have an expert on your side who is only committed to you.

    Licata Risk is not a law firm and does not practice law. General advice and contract input by the consultants, including those who are attorneys, is to provide insight into the risk and insurance aspects. Your attorney should be the final authority on any legal matter.