Risk Cooperative is an independent and certified minority-owned insurance brokerage and risk advisory firm. Licensed in all 50 states, D.C., and Puerto Rico, our firm helps clients across the full spectrum of risk—from employee benefits to specialty lines. Our team of industry professionals specializes in helping businesses across industry verticals to build operational resiliency and mitigate risk.
With growing rosters of clients and staff and no succession plan in place, the client realized the future of their company was at risk should an untimely death or disability befall either of the business’ owners.
As one of the largest full-service blockchain companies in this newly emerging technology field, with a rapidly expanding geographic footprint, the firm needed to ensure its operations were adequately insured across the globe.
With imminent contracts in place, an award-winning workforce solutions provider challenged Risk Cooperative to design a competitive new benefits package aligned with the renewal of their existing plan in just two weeks’ time.
As a fast-growing business in a competitive talent market, maintaining benefits while controlling costs was paramount for the client’s success.
As a fast growing, and highly diverse organization, the client needed to keep pace with the needs of its employees, comprised of multiple nationalities across 40 countries.
The client was experiencing rapid expansion and was now overseeing several different insurance programs for its employee business travel insurance and emergency evacuation services across several countries.
The investment fund was working on a capital raise for a new fund, a large portion of which was to be sourced from the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) via their debt financing programs.
Acting on the Presidential Proclamation made by then President Barack Obama, this U.S. state government wanted to figure out a way it could build up its state’s cybersecurity resiliency.
As one of the leading academic institutions in the U.S., the risk management department was finding it challenging to address the wide range of risk exposures the university faces, as well as a source of enterprise risk management (ERM) benchmarking.
A high net worth client was seeking to obtain a life insurance policy of several hundred million dollars in value. This policy would help to ensure that the individual’s estate and affairs, including charitable organizations would be protected well after their passing.
As the client manages a high level of sensitive information, they wanted to ensure that their risk management strategy as well as cybersecurity framework was as resilient as possible.