Broker of Record


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Broker of Record

An insurance agent who manages a policy for a client. The agent of record gives all quotes to and receives questions from the client. He/she receives a commission or other compensation for these services.
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Their pitch to their prospects is, "We'll give you our solution for free, and all you have to do is make us the broker of record.
The sale was handled by Ben Firestone, Mark Myers and Jacob Gehl of Marcus & Millichap under the supervision of JD Parker, the New York Broker of Record.
Michael Glass, first vice president and division manager, is Marcus & Millichaps broker of record in Ohio.
The Preserve is in an ideal location for empty nesters," said Michelle Melillo, broker of record for Pinnacle Companies Reality Group, exclusive broker for The Preserve.
Building upon a pattern widely regarded by insurance industry experts as unfair to small employers and insurance brokers, according to Compline, the State Compensation Insurance Fund (SCIF) refuses to honor broker of record letters (BOR).
Steven Chaben, senior vice president and division manager, is Marcus & Millichaps broker of record in Michigan.
Parker, senior vice president, district manager and Marcus & Millichap's broker of record in New Jersey, facilitated the completion of the transaction.
Michael Glass, the Ohio broker of record was also involved with this transaction.
SCOPE OF SERVICES: ESUHSD is seeking to name a Broker of Record for employee insurance benefits and is looking for continuity of services in the rapidly changing area of employee benefits.
Parker, senior vice president and district manager, engaged the transaction as Marcus & Millichap's broker of record in New York State.
The transaction was coordinated under the supervision of the Marcus & Millichap's Ohio Broker of Record Michael Glass.
Tenders are invited for qualified employee benefits brokerage/consulting firms (hereafter, the proposer) to serve as the county s broker of record with regard to providing group insurance and other employee benefits, evaluating the existing employee benefit plans, including health, dental, vision, life, and prescription drug benefits and recommending the most cost-effective method of providing those group benefits including reference-based pricing, feasibility of full versus self-funding for health insurance and prescription drugs, and other cost-containment strategies.