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    Insurance - Consultants & Advisors in Prospect Heights

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    Business Listing   Allstate Insurance - Christopher Viruet - Prospect Heights, IL - Phone: (847) 537-3070

    Business Listing   American Financial Management and Insurance Consultant - Prospect Heights, IL - Phone: (847) 797-9816

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    Helpful Definition for: Insurance - Consultants & Advisors

    Insurance consultants & advisors in Prospect Heights are professionals with strong analytical knowledge who are able to predict the market conditions and suggest solutions accordingly. An insurance consultant is basically a specialist, whose function is to supervise general insurance coverage policies, HR management, advice on pension, mergers and acquisitions, risk management, finance projects and corporate recovery. As the basic academic qualification, an insurance consultant or advisor must have a graduation, a post graduation, a Master of Business Administration or a major in Finance degree. The person must be well-acquainted with the current financial situation. Risk management is considered as an additional qualification for this profession.

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