America’s five-star insurance networks and alliances revealed
In an era of unprecedented challenges, most of us have been grateful to get all the support we can – and those who were already part of an insurance network or alliance have certainly reaped the rewards, as reflected in our newly released Five-Star Insurance Networks and Alliances report.
Available to view, for free, now, the report shines a spotlight on the benefits of being connected and was formed after Insurance Business sourced feedback from agents and brokers over a period of 15 weeks, asking them to rate the support they receive from their networks and alliances – including product range, commission rates, fees and charges, general support, technology, training and more.
Those who received the highest rankings scooped the accolade of “five-star” and included: Agency Network Exchange and Iroquois Group, who you can find out more about by clicking on their company pages. Iroquois is led by president Laurie Branch, who offers more than 30 years of insurance industry experience, as well as executive partner Matt Ward who also heads up four regions in his position as managing partner. Meanwhile, ANE benefits from the leadership of CEO Elizabeth Schenk, whose three decades in the industry span brokerages, carriers and the network arena, as well as the likes of regional vice president, PA, Kevin Grove, who is responsible for building relationships across the industry.
But Iroquois and ANE are just two from 15 networks and alliances that made the five-star grade. To find out who else made this illustrious list, click through to the full Five-Star Insurance Networks and Alliances report now.
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