New York’s The Iroquois Group Announces Regional Realignment
The Iroquois Group, an Allegany, N.Y.-based service provider for independent property and casualty insurance agencies, has announced changes to its regional structure to better align Iroquois regions with those of their carrier-partners and to provide greater resources and financial opportunities for its members.
Member agencies in the state of New York will be integrated into Iroquois of New England; Ohio and Kentucky will be integrated into Iroquois Mid-Atlantic; and Tennessee will join Iroquois South.
Ted Branch will continue as managing partner of New York and Ohio but will work in concert with Matt Ward who manages New England and Mid-Atlantic. Mike Petty and Johnny Cox will continue as managing partners of Tennessee but will now work with David Ward, who manages Iroquois South.
This realignment will allow Iroquois to bring new programs, strategies and resources to its members in New York, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee, as well as better position it for profitable growth with its core carrier-partners, according to Iroquois CEO Laurie Branch in a company press release.
Source: The Iroquois Group
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