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At Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., we try to learn everything we can about the industries we serve and the risks they may encounter. It’s a commitment that’s embedded in our corporate culture to expanding our expertise, continuing educational development and gathering topical updates to remain ahead of the curve.

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Rotor Wing Fleet Report - Q2 2016

As we pass the midpoint of 2016 I can’t help but reflect upon the changes in the rotor wing industry over the last 12 months. Just when we got used to calling EuroCopter by its Airbus Helicopters name, Agusta throws us two rebranding curve balls. Therefore, the 2016 Chameleon Award goes to AgustaWestland, which has morphed twice in the last 12 months: from AW to Finmeccanica and now to Leonardo. Let’s examine how they fit into the current market.

Tag(s): Aviation;

Turboprop Fleet Report - Q2 2016

Once again we review the top 12 single and twin turboprop aircraft, now 13,812 airframes strong worldwide. In total 221 airframes were built in the last 12 months and losses remain light and stable.

Tag(s): Aviation;

2016 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey Executive Summary & Strategic Insights Wholesaler-Distributors Edition

Developed with the cooperation and support of Gallagher’s strategic partner, the National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors (NAW), this edition of the Executive Summary & Strategic Insights key findings identified significant patterns found within wholesaler-distributor respondents that participated in Gallagher’s 2016 Benefits Strategy & Benchmarking Survey research.

Tag(s): Human Resources & Compensation; Health & Welfare; Retirement Plan Consulting; Multinational Benefits & HR Consulting; Voluntary Benefits; Executive Benefits; Institutional Investment & Fiduciary Services; Exchanges; Healthcare Analytics; Energy; Equity Advisors; Healthcare; Higher Education; Hospitality; Nonprofit; Religious; Restaurants; Public Sector;

Second Opinion - What’s Missing in Your Workers Compensation Program?

Every year during budget planning and insurance renewal season, hospital executives grapple with increasing workers compensation costs. Directors and managers are asked to do what they can to lower expenses. Staff members listen as the hospital’s Safety Officer or Occupational Health Nurse explains the costs of injuries and maybe even shares the organization’s workers compensation loss experience.

Tag(s): Healthcare;