Brokerage General Agent

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Brokerage General Agent

In insurance, a person who finds and trains insurance brokers. The brokerage general agent sells insurance policies to the brokers, who then sell them to individuals and/or companies.
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Check image deposit, a check imaging capability that allows Genworth to work from the scanned image of a check, allows participating brokerage general agents to increase speed of service and save on express mail expenses.
Brokerage General Agents can introduce you to new efficiencies in LTCI that make this a faster, easier sale than ever before.
Insurance Marketing" magazine is published ten times a year and distributed on a controlled basis to 13,500 marketing general agents, brokerage general agents, agency managers, and insurance company marketing executives.
Aviva USA markets a wide array of life and fixed annuity products through multiple distribution channels, which includes brokerage general agents, career agents, personal producing general agents and independent marketing organizations.
The company also makes its proprietary life insurance available to brokerage general agents, broker/dealers and independent financial planner producer groups through its wholesaling unit, Axa Distributors.
AXA Partners distributes AXA Equitable proprietary life insurance products on a wholesale basis to brokerage general agents (BGAs), broker/dealers, independent financial planner producer groups and to the AXA Advisors, LLC retail distribution network of financial professionals.
Bubbs was President of AXA Partners (formerly known as MONY Partners), a distributor of life insurance products to brokerage firms and brokerage general agents, based in Hartford, Connecticut.
The summit was created by Underwriting Services of America (USA), a value-added national insurance marketing organization that enables brokerage general agents to increase profits and efficiency.
AXA Equitable proprietary life insurance products are marketed on a wholesale basis primarily to brokerage general agents (BGAs), broker/dealers, independent financial planner producer groups, as well as the AXA Advisors, LLC retail distribution network of financial professionals.
The highly entrepreneurial brokerage general agents quickly seized this channel change as an opportunity to serve the ranks of the newly liberated agents.