IIABA

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IIABAIndependent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America
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Founded in 1896, IIABA is the nation's oldest and largest national association of independent insurance agents and brokers, representing a network of more than 300,000 agents, brokers and their employees nationally.
We are grateful and inspired by the generosity and dedication of our young leaders," said Robert Rusbuldt, IIABA president and chief executive officer.
Kelly McDonald, who was a speaker for IIABA last year, makes a great point in her books about creating a new customer experience.
The bi-annual 2010 Agency Universe Study, a collaboration between IIABA and Future One, a coalition of insurance company partners, was released last month and indicated that the number of independent agencies remains stable at approximately 37,500 after a steady, decade-long decline that ended in 2006.
Our national association, IIABA, uses INSURPAC contributions from agents and brokers for the US.
6-8: IIABA Big "I" Education Convocation, Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America, Chicago.
IIABA developed a model bill toward two primary goals.
Since going into effect more than two years ago, the MLR regulations have had a detrimental impact on agents and brokers," Charles Symington, IIABA senior vice president for external and government affairs said in a statement.
Symington, senior vice president for government affairs for the IIABA, acknowledged in a statement that the "the window of opportunity for the bill to become law this year is quickly narrowing.
When I was chair of the IIABA Young Agents Committee in Ohio, we focused on getting young agents involved in the state associations.
The IIABA said it will remain a minority shareholder in InsurBanc, and that the president and CEO of InsurBanc, David W.
He said that the IIABA is working with Congress to ensure an extension of current tax law is passed before the end of the year.