Carlozo’s Corner

Carlozo’s Corner

Carlozo’s Corner

Welcome to Carlozo’s Corner, a new weekly installment I’m pleased to contribute to the FENG newsletter. I’m Anthony Carlozo, a client executive at Marsh McLennan Agency (MMA), the employee benefits division of Marsh. At MMA, I work with organizations of all sizes to help them minimize their risk and maximize the value of their benefits programs. Here I’ll be sharing insights about a current market trend and the strategies I’m seeing employers adopt to adapt to today’s evolving business landscape. Please reach out to me at Anthony.Carlozo@MarshMMA.com or by phone at +1 856-220-8458 with any thoughts, comments, or questions.

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