Our team members recognize the increasing complexity and challenges facing financial institutions in today’s regulatory and economic environment. We help our clients better understand their ever changing exposure to risk and focus on designing and implementing solutions addressing those exposures. We continually work with our clients in mitigating risk as well as quantifying potential unexpected exposures. We help our clients develop a “blueprint” focused on improving their risk management processes allowing them the ability to better meet their business needs and regulatory requirements. Our team member’s extensive knowledge, expertise and reputation with the insurance marketplace set us apart from our competitors in delivering results our clients expect and deserve.
Assist Clients with:
- Understanding Scope of Coverage provided by Traditional Insurance
- Understanding Current and Potential Exposures to Risk
- Developing Risk Management Practices
- Designing Risk Transfer Programs
- Analyzing Outsourced Service Providers
- Providing Benchmarking Analysis
Advise Clients on:
- Corporate Governance
- Business Continuity
- Operational Risks
- Financial Institutions Bond
- Bankers Professional Liability/Lenders Liability
- Errors & Omissions
- Management Liability/Directors & Officers
- Employment Practices Liability
- Social Engineering
- Mortgage Impairment
- REO Liability
- Foreclosed Property
- Business Interruption
Please contact Brad Stallings if you have any questions.
Now Proudly Partnering With:
Premier Business Advantage
To learn more, click here.
We have developed a joint-venture relationship with HUB to deliver:
Outsourced Real Estate Tracking
HM understands that the current Coronavirus outbreak is triggering increased anxiety and confusion. In response, HM has created the below resources to provide helpful tips and strategies for Financial Institutions.
Optimizing Your Directors and Officers Insurance
Recent Litigation Related to Paycheck Protection Program
Returning to the Workplace After Covid
What is Social Engineering Fraud?
Social engineering fraud (SEF) occurs when a third party deceptively gains the trust of an employee in order to mislead him/her into sending money, or securities, based on a fraudulent instruction. The fraudulent instruction is usually provided in an email, fax, letter, or even a phone call. To learn more about this topic, please click here.
Do You Have a Fiduciary Exposure?
Fiduciary Liability Insurance is insurance that covers claims alleging loss resulting from the alleged mismanagement of an employee benefit plan and/or plan assets. To learn more about this topic, please click here.
Every Institution Has Cyber Threats
Click here to view a PDF document that walks step-by-step through exposures, available insurance, examples, and risk assessment. Along the way, we’ll even bust through some common myths about cyber liability as well as take a look at a few industry statistics and basic facts that just might change the way you look at your potential exposures.
Managing Cyber Risk Presentation
Click here to review an overview outlining basic steps and issues related to managing cyber risk, including types of data security threats, consequences of a breach, and recovering from a breach as well as how to minimize and resolve resulting lawsuits and more.