Meeting your challenges head on to create a lasting impact.
Insurance companies face a variety of challenges, including maintaining compliance with state and federal regulations, which can be even more difficult when you operate across different states.
There’s also a strong need to replace aging systems and accelerate technology development and deployment across many channels, including internet and mobile technology tools. Whether you’re selling to consumers or commercial entities, technology can put you in front of your best prospects, empower you to stay competitive and make your processes and people much more efficient. Plus, with the right business intelligence strategy, you can turn historical data assets into valuable insights.
Then you have the same challenges other businesses face, from mitigating risk to retaining talent and improving organizational performance to identifying and facilitating the right M&A transactions.
No matter your challenges, Wipfli can help you meet them head on. We bring decades of experience serving insurance companies and agencies, and the deep bench of our insurance team includes professionals across a wide range of specialties. This allows us to provide solutions tailored to the insurance industry, including:
- Accounting and assurance
- Risk advisory
- Digital transformation
- Cybersecurity and technology
- Talent and change
- Strategy and operations
- Human capital management
- M&A consulting
Continue growing your business and ensure future success with the Wipfli team on your side.
Featured Thought Leader
Greg Foster, CPA
Greg Foster is a partner with over 30 years of practice in public accounting. His experience includes providing insurance, banking, credit union and securities clients with various services including financial statement audits, public and private securities registrations and mergers and acquisitions. As leader of the insurance services group, Greg oversees a variety of services to insurance companies including traditional insurers and reinsurers as well as captives, risk retention groups, reinsurance pools and similar arrangements.