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How Consolidation is Reshaping the Insurance Industry

Episode 7 of Insurance Pros Spilling The Tee


In recent years, consolidation within the insurance brokerage space has grown significantly. The best mergers have benefited from seamless integration, new opportunities, and increased efficiencies. The ultimate goal from a relationship standpoint is for customers to notice no change in the quality of service they receive.


Listen in as John Reid, Vice President at Quaker Special Risks – a Jencap company, and Matt Tomlinson, Regional Vice President at Berkley Environmental, discuss the first-hand benefits of smart consolidations.


Tune in next Tuesday for a brand new episode of Insurance Pros Spilling The Tee!



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