Concordis Group (CNGI) is a diversified holding company that provides business insurance solutions through its two wholly own subsidiaries: Concordis Insurance SPC and Concordis Capital Inc., a captive insurance company that specializes in structuring and managing alternative risk management solutions for mid-market companies. As a whole, the company offers unsurpassed alternative risk management solutions, captive insurance consulting and management services.
Concordis Group's business strategy is based upon strong organic growth combined with strategic acquisitions of companies in the financial services and insurance industries that create additional synergy, have positive cash-flow, exhibit strong long-term growth potential, and have highly qualified management teams.
CNGI is unique in that they often take an equity position in the captives they launch and manage. As captive investors, CNGI's interests are 100% aligned with it's clients. CNGI enables those who have a strong balance sheet, but a capital liquidity short fall to fund a captive by partnering with them and enjoying the many benefits of this powerful risk management strategy.
Concordis’ research and analysis conservatively projects revenues for 2012 to reach $3.7 million and escalate to $82 million through the year 2021. Given the actual size of the market in which Concordis will only meet limited competition, the projections are definitely open to significant variations to the upside. Moving forward, if the growth projections are realized, the company expects to become qualified to be listed on either the American Stock Exchange (AMEX) or NASDAQ within 18-24 months.
With partnerships in place and sales being generated, Concordis is executing its business model. The company offers a very unique opportunity in one of the largest industries in the world that seems to be overlooked by small cap investors. Perhaps the oversight is a product of the limited number of competitors, or just the lack of understanding about the insurance business by investors, but that is a huge factor in boosting the upside to Concordis and its paltry 16 cent price tag.
Captives are the ultimate risk mitigation and financing tool, plain and simple. As mid-market companies are shown the cost and tax benefits, Concordis will continue to grow its footprint and revenues. While the story may not be as exciting as the next dot com internet IPO, but at the end of the day investors are looking at making money, and CNGI looks poised to make a lot of money, which could reward patient investors along the way. It is for this reason, as well as the ones mentioned above that we encourage our members to promptly begin their due diligence and add Concordis Group, Inc. (CNGI) to their watchlists.
CNGI Investor Highlights
Conservative Projections. Concordis’ research and analysis conservatively projects revenues for 2012 to reach $3.7 million and escalate to $82 million through the year 2021. Moving forward, if the growth projections are realized, the company expects to become qualified to be listed on either the AMEX or NASDAQ within 18-24 months.
Acquisitions. Announced that it has completed an Agreement to Purchase the entire interest in Reber and Associates. Reber is a company that specializes in insuring a broad-range of equipment on behalf of Lessors or Financial Institutions. This acquisition offers another avenue to grow Concordis Group and increase shareholder value.
Announced CNGI has completed the acquisition of Advance Underwriting Managers, LLC. CNGI acquired Advance Underwriting Managers, LLC for $240,000 in cash and 1,000, 000 shares of Concordis Group, Inc. common stock. With AUM's expertise in insurance operations, this entity fits CNGI's strategy to grow by acquisition.
Investments. Concordis Group. has also invested in the Restaurant Franchise Captive Program (RFCP). Unlike traditional business insurance, RFCP is insurance you own, not rent. The difference can mean increased profitability and significant benefits for businesses.
Massive Industry. The insurance industry is one of the largest industries in the world. The top ten health insurance policy writers in 2010 top $170 billion in direct health insurance premiums.
Captive Insurance. Captive insurance companies have grown exponentially amongst large corporations due to the plethora of benefits involved. In 2010, more than 45 percent of all majors owned at least one captive to protect their assets and control risk. Small and mid-market companies are now starting to incorporate captives into their business models.
Diversified Holdings. Concordis Group, Inc. is a diversified holding company that provides business insurance solutions through its two wholly own subsidiaries: Concordis Insurance SPC and Concordis Capital, Inc. Combined, the companies offer a wide array of financial, management and consulting services to assist companies in maximizing efficiency and profits.
Limited Competition. Concordis is the dominant player in the industry with their sights locked on the enormous market potential of small and mid-tier companies. The company’s unique business model means that they often take an equity position in the captives that they launch and manage; aligning them with the corporate goals of their clients.
Anticipated Growth. Concordis is also the parent company to Advance Underwriting Managers LLC (AUM), a company focused on insurance as it relates to animals. In a sector conservatively estimated at more than $300 million, AUM has recently reported successfully writing animal mortality insurance policies on valuable show horses.
Impeccable Management. Concordis’ executive team is comprised of industry veterans covering the whole gamut of finance, insurance, captive companies and risk management. Headed by Chairman and CEO Trent Sommerville, the company is properly aligned and structured for major market penetration in 2012.
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