To stay competitive, companies need programs designed to reward their top management. USI Kibble & Prentice offers consulting on every aspect of executive benefit plans. We structure integrated wealth and risk management solutions for executives. We also advise on the full range of supplemental and deferred compensation plans, benefit restoration strategies and other executive perks programs.
Our professionals are in step with the changing legislative and benefits environment and its impact on your programs. Our consulting draws on peer benchmarking—the programs and services your competitors typically offer their executive talent—and our knowledge of your business strategy. We work to understand your company’s unique culture and style of doing business in helping you to determine the right balance of rewards as a driver of success.
Successful executives work hard—and make enormous contributions to their companies. USI Kibble & Prentice’s risk management programs are designed to provide your key executives with the financial planning tools needed to plan for a secure retirement and manage personal risk. We can help you structure an executive benefits strategy that will draw the skilled executives you need, and reward them for their ongoing commitment.
USI Kibble & Prentice provides an integrated approach to creating value and managing risk. Our comprehensive planning services for executives include:
USI Kibble & Prentice professionals can help you determine how a deferred compensation program or Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (SERP) will work within the framework of your company’s financials and business objectives. We consult with corporations on plan design, implementation and long-term management. We also create cash flow forecasting and modeling for executives, individually advising them on how much income to defer based on future objectives or what to expect long-term from an employer fund.
USI Kibble & Prentice can help your company address limitations within your executives’ health and welfare benefit plans. Among these shortfalls may be limited insurance provisions for higher compensated employees. Our areas of expertise include: