Michael A. DiMayo, CFP®, ACI, CLU, ChFC
Principal Oxford Companies
Mike’s distinction as one of the most successful insurance brokers in the business gained him national notoriety and prestige. According to a lead advanced sales attorney with one major insurance company, “No one can take complex topics and make them as clear and easy to understand the way Mike does.”
As a graduate from Franklin & Marshall College, Mike enjoyed a prominent career spanning 29 years as the most successful producer in the history of The Hartford Life, until starting his own insurance company, The Affluence Group, LLC in 2008. Mike joined forces with Kevin Myers, CPA, M.S. Taxation, to form the Oxford Risk Management Group family of companies. Mike is a 30 year member of the Society of Financial Service Professionals and a member of the Baltimore Estate Planning Council and has served as keynote speaker for numerous industry and corporate meetings. Mike also received the Associate in Captive Insurance (ACI) designation in 2016 and received recognition by Captive Review as one of the Top 20 Influencers for Enterprise Risk Captives for the past two years.
Is his spare time, he plays rhythm guitar for High Voltage, one of the nation’s premier AC/DC tribute bans. Mike serves as Board President for the Casey Cares Foundation, a non-profit organization providing uplifting programs for critically ill children and their families, and is also an active board member for Safe Minds, a non-profit organization working to resolve the autism epidemic through research, treatment and awareness. A graduate of Franklin and Marshall College, Mike resides in Monkton, Maryland.
Kevin E. Myers, CPA, MS
Principal Oxford Companies
Kevin E. Myers is the internal Certified Public Accountant and Tax Advisor for The Oxford Companies. Kevin has extensive experience in structuring captive insurance companies with respect to Internal Revenue Code Section 831(b) and related tax compliance and research for corporate, individual, and non-profit clients. He also has performed tax research for corporate and individual income tax examinations and appeals cases.
Kevin has been an active participant in numerous due diligence engagements which required a tax opinion on a variety of issues. Kevin has represented clients under audit with the Internal Revenue Service, various state taxing authorities, and has successfully defended cases at the Appeals level of the Internal Revenue Services. Kevin’s vast research and compliance background make him uniquely suited to help advisors work through the due diligence process. Kevin was also selected to work with Self-Insurance Institute of America (SIIA) lobbyists to help shape the PATH Act and legislative changes to 831(b) captives.
Kevin is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants. A graduate of the University of Maryland for his B.S. in Accounting and Georgetown University for his M.S. in Taxation, Kevin resides in West Ocean City, Maryland.