National Association of Insurance Brokers


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National Association of Insurance Brokers

Also called the NAIB. A trade association for insurance brokers in the United States. The NAIB sets ethical standards for members, lobbies for favorable legislation and provides educational materials for members. It is headquartered in Washington, D.C.
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Representing the National Association of Insurance Brokers, Alan G.
Earlier, he has also served as chairman of the National Association of Insurance Brokers and is a past director of the underwriters and Brokers Association of Chicago; and past chairman of The Association of Lloyd's Brokers.
It consisted of representatives of the five largest insurance agent and broker trade associations in the United States: the Independent Insurance Agents of America, the National Association of Casualty & Surety Agents, the National Association of Insurance Brokers, the National Association of Professional Insurance Agents, and the National Association of Surety Bond Producers.
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