PIANY

AcronymDefinition
PIANYProfessional Insurance Agents of New York
PIANYPhotonics Industry Association of New York, Inc.
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If you know a deserving candidate, contact the PIANY Education Department at (800) 424-4244 for a nomination form, or access it at: http://pia.
PIANY is a trade association representing professional, independent insurance agencies, brokerages and their employees throughout the state.
PIANY advocates communication between parents and teens as the best form of prevention.
PIANY offers the following suggestions to be certain you are insured adequately this holiday season and throughout the year:
We applaud Senator LaValle for introducing this important legislation and we urge the Senate to take quick action to ensure that New York's homeowners understand and have fair and similar coverages when it comes to hurricanes," said PIANY President John C.
Some noteworthy changes PIANY was able to achieve, working with the business community, its members and the department include: pushing back the effective date three months to March of 2017; and obtaining the concession that many of the requirements will now be phased in over a period of one-to-two years.
As I sat in the PIANY board meeting the next day, I was still moved by John's speech.
Parsons wrapped up his speech by expressing his hopes and plans as president of PIANY, "I promise, this year and beyond, I will work with PIA to continue to bring you the best programs and benefits that we can to help you build your businesses.
He has served on the board of the PIA of New York Young Insurance Professionals and received the PIANY Young Insurance Professional of the Year award in 1999.
Additionally, the PIANY members asked their representatives to pass legislation recently reported by the Senate Labor Committee S.
This award honors Jerry for his professionalism and demonstrated commitment to the insurance industry," said PIANY president Gene A.
This award recognizes his long-standing commitment to the insurance industry," said Gene Sandy, CIC, president of PIANY.