A longtime leader in independent agency clusters, groups and aggregators, Renaissance Alliance is bringing its unique value proposition to more independent insurance agencies in the Empire State.
Chairman and CEO Kevin Callahan notes, “Independent agents are incredibly successful people. They are pillars of their community and trusted advisers for individuals and businesses alike. What Renaissance Alliance offers is a collaborative environment where agencies can earn more for the policies they are already writing, access more markets to provide more choice, leverage technology to become more efficient, and develop new strategies to accelerate agency growth.”
Senior Vice President Leanne Ross added, “This is an amazing opportunity for forward-thinking New York agencies to align with a rapidly growing agency network, increase profitability, and dramatically increase the value of their business.”
Former Big I NY Chairman Joins the Team
As former chairman of Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers NY, Mark Hagan knows the challenges of the New York market very well.
“What excites me so much about the Renaissance expansion to New York is my honest belief that this is going to solve problems that I’ve seen NY agents battle for years. Whether it’s carrier relationships, volatile revenue, hiring challenges or operational inefficiencies – Renaissance has the solutions. While a lot of the big players come in and gobble up small to medium agencies, Renaissance offers an incredible alternative to selling and members don’t have to sacrifice a single bit of independence.”
“I’m extremely excited to join the team and help spark the conversations that I know agents will be happy to have”, he added.
More About Renaissance: Renaissance Alliance works with independent property casualty agency owners to grow premium, maximize revenue and increase agency value through increased profit sharing, guaranteed override revenue and offloading non-revenue generating activities. The net effect is higher revenue, decreased expenses, less operational risk, and accelerated agency growth.