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EXPERT GUIDANCE FOR THE PATH AHEAD

Check out our ‘Benefits Buzz’ newsletter for the month of March!

Proposed Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters for 2020 Recently, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) published its proposed Notice of Benefit and Payment Parameters for 2020. This proposed rule describes benefit and payment parameters under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that would be applicable for the 2020 benefit year. Proposed standards included […]

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What’s in a name?

Risk Consulting Partners is not just our name, it is who we are and what we do. If we break it down, businesses have risk.  Risk surrounds every aspect of the business including their service or product, the people of the business, leaders and board members and the guidance that they provide, information technology, intellectual […]

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Happy Holidays from RCP & Our Chairman

We at RCP are so grateful for our success in 2018. With the leadership of our team and the hard work by our associates and the wonderful response from our clients we were able to materially grow the firm. Growth is not about the economics of RCP but rather the positive effects of our work […]

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Renewable Energy Credits & Carbon Off-Sets Liability Insurance: Put a Sock on It!

Chemical substances – CO2, CH4, N2O, and SF6 – have a lot to answer for as greenhouse gases that permeate the air contribute to global warming. Although there is still no grand plan in place to reduce global emissions, some important steps in the right direction have been made. The European Emissions Trading Scheme is […]

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Wealthy Family and/or Family Office Risk Strategies

Many of our clients spend their lifetime creating a successful business that has rewarded them with personal financial wealth.  Personal wealth often includes assets in many forms such as valuable real estate, autos, boats, aircraft, jewelry, art and collectibles, and so much more.  Wealth that is consolidated across a family, through a family office, or […]

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Protect Your Business’s Greatest Asset… YOU!

Over 50% of small to medium size business owners base their retirement on the sale of their business. With baby boomers reaching retirement age in waves, the selling of businesses (large and small) is at an all time high! Protecting the greatest asset in a business is essential to a future sale; that asset is […]

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Update in the Transactional Solutions Area

The market for Reps & Warranties continues to expand with new carriers committing capital and showing interest in the space.  Perhaps most encouraging is that there is more and more appetite for Reps coverage in the healthcare space, potentially including limited Medicare exposure.  Overall, the pricing continues to creep below a 3% rate on line, […]

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Five-Year Collaborative Agreement Signed in U.S. to Advance Hydro, Marine Research

Announced June 6th, 2018: The University of Alaska Fairbanks and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the U.S. have signed a five-year collaborative agreement intended to advance research on hydropower generation, marine renewable energy, and underwater technology development. Future projects may involve using unmanned aerial systems for oil spill and ecosystem restoration monitoring, improving energy efficiency […]

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An Energy Source for the Future/ The Gas Value Chain

Risk Consulting Partners (RCP) knows that companies across the gas value chain are pushing traditional risk boundaries to innovation in the sector, supported by technological improvements, emerging geographies for both demand and supply, and a growing preference for low-carbon energy sources. Increasingly, RCP energy clients are looking for robust insurance solutions to their energy projects […]

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CARBON TRADING LIABILITY INSURANCE

The differences in the CO2e market and physical commodities are significant. First, the market is, relatively speaking, immature when compared to other commodities. Second, while similar to physical commodities in the concept that the market is only so large, the total market volume for CO2e is specifically and deliberately planned to be reduced and constrained […]

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