Matt CarpenterProperty & Casualty Specialist
Areas of Expertise
- Property & Casualty Insurance
- Workers’ Compensation
- General Liability, Umbrella, and Excess
- Professional Liability (E&O)
- Commercial Auto
- Technology and Financial Software
- B.S. Business – Financial Services. San Diego State University
- LIC 4082488
Matt is a licensed Property & Casualty broker for Aston Sharp. He gravitated to the Property & Casualty side of insurance after seeing how a deep understanding of policies can make a difference for clients. He is also focused on the opportunity for captives to help large companies manage risk. He has an attention to detail and likes to get into the complexities of policies to help clients better understand them.
Additionally, Matt has a passion for technology. Matt has a love for all things tech and helps Aston Sharp team members use technology to better serve their clients.
Previously, Matt was a consultant and developed / implemented custom software solutions for the insurance and financial services industry.
Recent Blog Posts
ACEC Life & Health Trust – A way to save big on your health insurance dollars What do Fortune 500 Companies have in common? They’re big. And what do big companies have access to? Affordable and quality health coverage. It’s as simple as that. The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) is the oldest &March 12, 2022
We might be a tad bit biased because we are a preferred broker with the ACEC Life/Health Trust. But based on our experience, here’s why: 1. Basic awareness of different ACEC programs I know this might sound simple but there are four different programs available through the ACEC Life/Health Trust. Each program has hundreds ofJanuary 14, 2022
As more companies look for innovative ways to gain control over the expense and quality of their employee health insurance plans, many are coming across captive health insurance as they weigh their options. We see captive health insurance plans as being ideal for firms with greater than 50 employees who may have considered self-funding theirAugust 9, 2021