IIABNYIndependent Insurance Agents & Brokers of New York Inc
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IIABNY and CIBGNY argue in their complaint that the Insurance Department doesn't have the authority under New York Law to mandate compensation disclosure.
In the Classroom also lists courses not offered by IIABNy, such as the Ultimate Producer School, a three-week course for commercial clients and producers sponsored by two nonprofit organizations: the American Institute for CPCU and the Insurance Institute of America.
"To say, 'we're reevaluating our relationship with AIG might make a client think you're dropping the company," says Steven Spiro, a national director at IIABNY and president of Spiro Risk Management, Valley Stream, N.Y.
IIABNY urges the New York State Insurance Department to require the companies participating in C-MAP to provide at least the coverage found in a standard HO-3 homeowners policy.
The podcast, called Word on the Street (http://iiabny.typedpad.com/word_on_the_street), is hosted on IIABNY's Web site via an outside service.
Zogby appeared at the Senate Hearing with four Suffolk County agents representing IIABNY member agencies: George Yates of Dayton, Ritz & Osborne, East Hampton; Thomas Crowley of Maran Corporate Risk Associates, Southampton; Michael Romeo of Industrial Coverage Corp., Medford; and Jeffrey Rehm of East End Insurance Services, Southold.
IIABNY strongly believes that the National Council on Compensation Insurance would be the best long-term option.
Prior to being with IIABNY, he was an independent agent in the Syracuse area for 15 years.
Increasing market capacity in the coastal areas of Westchester County, New York City and Long Island is a goal of the 125-year-old IIABNY.
I could be writing it from my office at IIABNY. Maybe I'm doing it from my home office.
He is a past president of the Independent Insurance Agents of Central New York and served on the board of directors of IIABNY.
Andrew Cuomo's New York State budget proposal could put small insurance agencies out of business according to the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of New York (IIABNY) which criticized the proposal as "unwarranted."