“Iroquois combines excellent service, access to a wide range of property/casualty carriers, and an empowering working relationship to help independent agents grow in a changing market place. We have found management to have an in-depth understanding of the industry and we appreciate their efforts to keep us current with trends and new carriers. We recommend Iroquois to independent agents who are looking to improve upon what they do best – serving their clients interests.”
- Susan C. Allison, A&A Insurance, Altoona, Pa.
The PIA (Professional Insurance Agents Association) of VA/DC conducted its first-ever Northern VA Education Expo on Sept. 9 and 10 in Manassas and many insurance agents from the metro D.C. area attended. The Iroquois Group’s Erin Marshall, regional manager, said she thought the event was a great success and hopes it will become an annual event. The two-day session yielded 16 hours of continuing education in several areas of insurance.
Two members of The Iroquois Group’s team in Ohio plan to attend the annual PIAA conference in Columbus on Oct. 2 and 3. The event will feature guest speakers and an awards ceremony. Attending from Iroquois will be Ted Branch, managing partner, and Mike Thomin, regional manager. To reach Mike, send an e-mail to email@example.com
Insurance Journal recently rated The Iroquois Group the third largest network/partnership in the U.S.
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The PartnerPlan rewards Iroquois Members for their production and performance every year. The more business you place with Iroquois-provided carriers, the more you are rewarded with commission increases, bonus and contingency opportunities, and additional services. Check with your local Iroquois representative for the details of the PartnerPlan in your area.
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Smaller agencies often join Iroquois for assistance with market optimization, which means identifying the best carriers to help them write and retain more business.Through Iroquois, agencies gain access to new carriers with lower volume commitments and profit sharing thresholds than they would have under a direct appointment.
Larger agencies most often join Iroquois for strategies to increase their revenue, profits and agency value. Larger agencies don’t need a group like Iroquois but many of them – some with total agency premium over $50 million — find they can make more money by working through Iroquois, without giving up their independence.
“Iroquois has placed national preferred companies in my agency enabling me to grow more rapidly than I could have on my own.”
– - Bobby Burch, The Burch Agency, Moulton, Ala.
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