Risk Strategies Acquires LaRocca & Associates of Florida

October 28, 2020

Risk Strategies, a privately held national insurance brokerage and risk management firm, has acquired LaRocca & Associates, Inc., a specialty brokerage with expertise in health and welfare benefits across several industries. Terms of the deal were undisclosed.

Established in 1980, LaRocca & Associates focuses on employee benefits and property and casualty (P&C) insurance. LaRocca & Associates has offices in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, Fla., as well as Atlanta, expanding Risk Strategies’ presence and capabilities in the Southeast.

LaRocca & Associates’ clients include businesses in a variety of industries, from manufacturing to service and hospitality, educational facilities, and municipalities and non-profit organizations. LaRocca & Associates also brings a highly experienced team of health care industry practitioners, an industry sector where Risk Strategies has one of the largest P&C health care practices in the country.

According to the company, LaRocca & Associates will now have access to a national platform of products, services and business expertise across specialty practices and industries.

In addition to developing employee benefits programs, LaRocca & Associates also assists clients with compliance administration, technology consulting, employee education, analytics and benchmarking, human resource assistance, human capital management consulting, and health and wellness strategies.

Risk Strategies is a privately held, national firm with offices across the country. The brokerage offers risk management advice as well as insurance and reinsurance placement for property & casualty, health care and employee benefits risks. Risk Strategies serves commercial companies, non-profits, public entities and individuals, and has access to all major insurance markets. Risk Strategies has offices in more than 75 locations nationwide including Boston, New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis, Miami, Atlanta, Houston, Dallas, Nashville, Los Angeles and San Francisco.

Topics Mergers & Acquisitions Florida Property Casualty

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