I read an intriguing blog post today on The Reformed Broker titled – “Two Thirds of Advisors Care Most About a Fund’s Cost.” The article is about financial advisors, not insurance advisors, I think if it was talking about insurance advisors the number would be even higher. The article seems to allude that cost is … Continue reading Cost is the Most Important Consideration When it Comes to Investments – It Always has been in the Insurance World
Have you ever heard of “second-order” thinking? It seems like an idea I am hearing more and more frequently as of late. I became much more aware of the concept after I read Ray Dalio’s book Principles, although he uses the phrase second order consequences. For those of you that don’t know who Ray Dalio … Continue reading How Thinking in the First-Order Could be putting your Company at Risk.
I was pleasantly surprised by how much l learned at the McDermott Will & Emery Life Sciences Deal-making symposium last week. I don’t say that by inferring I know a lot, in quite the opposite, but what I mean is that a lot of conferences and events are the same content but with different names … Continue reading A Recap of the McDermott Will & Emery Life Sciences Deal-making Symposium