Ad Boyle Becomes Director of Employee Benefits at South Risk Management
Tuesday, August 13th, 2019
South Risk Management is proud to announce that Ad Boyle was recently named director of the company’s Employee Benefits division.
With this designation, he will be responsible for the strategic direction of this division. He will assume responsibility for current staff and all future hires.
Mr. Boyle joined South Risk in late 2017. Originally from Sumter, S.C., he is a graduate of Wofford College, where he majored in Finance. He has worked as an adviser and consultant in the insurance field in South Carolina for a decade.
Since he joined SRM, the Employee Benefits division has enjoyed unprecedented growth, and is currently experiencing its best year ever.
“There’s a need out there for expert advice and quality service,” he said, and that’s why South Risk has made such strides in the area of Employee Benefits.
“Ad, in a very short period of time, has demonstrated the type of dedication and leadership qualities we are looking for in someone to help us grow this division throughout the state,” said Patrick McKain, one of the firm’s founding partners.
Employee Benefits is one of the mainstays of South Risk’s business. Clients depend on the people who work for them, and those employees depend on the companies they work for to help them stay safe and healthy today, and enjoy a prosperous future. Whether they choose fully insured or self-funded plans, in South Risk these clients find a partner that helps them achieve their goals.
Providing benefits while maintaining profitability has never been more complicated, which is why companies need the right broker to help them chart the right course. The constant calls for healthcare reform, ongoing cost pressures, and ever-changing laws, have created a very complex, shifting environment for businesses today.
The benefit plans SRM helps clients with run the gamut: Healthcare; prescription drug; dental; life; vision; disability; accidental death and dismemberment; business travel accident; COBRA/FSA /transit; and long-term care. SRM also helps companies protect themselves from the loss of critical employees with executive benefits and key-man insurance.