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Oxford: Plan for the Unexpected

Helping America’s Business Owners

From its origins in ancient times, insurance has evolved in response to the need for business owners to mitigate against or diversify from the risks that they confront in their commercial activities. As insurance solutions have advanced through the ages, pooling and diversification of these risks have progressed to become a scientific discipline.

Corporate owners, their leadership teams and independent advisors may be unaware of the total cost of risks they face or the multitude of options available to effectively address them.

Thankfully, senior management teams and their advisors have more options available to them for risk management than ever before. This begs the question: how do they begin a dialogue? Rest assured that the Oxford team is just a phone call away– your strategic partner who is always available to lead a discussion about alternative methods of addressing risk.

Many of the nation’s most successful organizations have engaged Oxford to work in tandem with their advisory team to discuss the variety of risks they face and explore potential solutions.

The risk management conversation generally begins with the identification and quantification of all exposures, perils and hazards existing in the organization.

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