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Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Diane Baker of RiskAssist Consulting

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Vancouver, BC – A business is a living entity and its future is coming fast, but your average insurance broker doesn’t have time for that. Securing an insurance policy or program is time consuming, involving many people. Typically a business owner will only speak to their broker once or twice a year. There’s no one behind the wheel.

“Whatever happened to the service of insurance?” asks Diane Baker, founder of RiskAssist Consulting. “It’s not the end of the story. There’s so much more to be done. Risk Management will ensure that the business meets its targets or at least adds certainty to the operations.”

Indeed, business owners are often so immersed in the daily operations of their business they don’t consider these issues until it’s too already late. They assume that insurance will respond in the event of a loss without knowing if there are unidentified “gaps” in the company. RiskAssist Consulting specializes in providing comprehensive risk management solutions that give these business owners the peace of mind they deserve.

“Most business owners barely have time to go home at night. They see insurance as a necessary evil,” When done correctly, insurance is amazing. I know the insurance game. I know which questions to ask, so I can save money.”

According to Baker, most businesses already have certain risk management elements in place, they’re simply not integrated. No matter what kind of business you run, RiskAssist Consulting can identify your operational vulnerabilities and will work on your behalf to deliver an insurance program that minimizes your exposures for potential loss.

“We’re talking about strategy, continuity and sustainability,” says Baker. “It’s about making it simpler and taking the worry away from the client."