President of Triumvirate, Inc. t/a Forecast Strategic Advisors since 1985, Clarke Langrall, Jr., CEPA (Certified Exit Plannning Advisor) has been providing insurance and financial planning professional services since 1975. Clarke has been a life and qualifying member of The Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) since 1978, and has been a member of the Financial Planning Association (FPA) for over 35 years. A member of the Forum 400 since 1987 — a group representing the top 400 estate planning and executive compensation planners in the U.S. — Langrall also served as President and Chairman of the organization 2009 and 2010.
One of only 275 Certified Exit Planning Advisors (CEPA) in the U.S., Clarke assists business owners in the creation of a written roadmap so they can successfully exit their business in style. He regularly gives presentations on exit planning to trade associations, business owner groups, and industry meetings.
Clarke has also authored numerous articles on owner exit planning and provides a bimonthly newsletter titled Exit Planning Review. His other publications include A Life Underwriter ‘s Guide to the Federal Civil Service Market (1981) and the preface to the book How to Run Your Business So You Can Leave It in Style by John H. Brown Esq.
A founder and member of the Board of Directors of National Partners Group; an agent-owned reinsurance holding company, Langrall is also the founder and director of ASCBE (Association of Small Closely Held Business Enterprises), a non-profit business owner’s trade association. Additional entrepreneurial activities include founding and running an employee leasing company, Employers Plus, Inc. in 1997.
In 2009, Clarke received the “Heartbeat of America” award on the television show by the same name, hosted by TV personality William Shatner. He was interviewed about business owner exit planning and the importance of seeking advice from an experienced professional as part of the exit preparation process.
Clarke’s current non profit board activities include being a member of the University of Baltimore School of Entrepreneurship, the LIFE Foundation and with Port Discovery, The Baltimore Children’s Museum.