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Pinnacle’s Clients Say It Best
Derek Freihaut May 15, 2018 Posted in: Blog Posts, General, News
Each year, we ask our clients to rate their level of satisfaction with Pinnacle’s services and request their input as to how we can improve their overall client experience. We’re proud that our 2017 client survey yielded a 99% satisfaction rate, and we sincerely thank our client participants for their responses.
A lot of Consultants talk about client service.  Pinnacle delivers it.
Derek Freihaut February 04, 2016 Posted in: Blog Posts, General
Every year, we at Pinnacle Actuarial Resources, Inc. conduct a survey among our clients to gauge their level of satisfaction with our services and ask for their feedback as to how we can improve their client experience. We conduct this survey in two phases, requesting that our customers engage with us in either June or November. This month we’re publishing some of the results of our 2015 survey to share just a few of the valuable contributions we’ve received from our diverse clientele, as well as outline some of the customer-driven initiatives we’ll be prioritizing throughout 2016.
Communication is Key to Successful Collateral Negotiations
Collateral negotiations can often be contentious. While collateral is required for a variety of insurance programs, opinions of how much collateral is necessary can differ significantly. These differences are borne out of different perspectives and motives between parties involved in the negotiation. An objective discussion between the actuaries behind the loss projections on both sides of the negotiation can help find valuable middle ground.
Derek Freihaut


Meeting Highlights: Cyber Security Risks, Affordable Care Act, SB 909

The South Carolina Captive Insurance Association (SCCIA) held its 15th Annual Executive Education Conference this week at Isle of Palms in South Carolina. Constant rain throughout the event did not dampen the spirits of those at the meeting. Since passing the enabling legislation in 2000, South Carolina has seen their number of active captives climb to an estimated 160 by yearend 2014.
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