The NAIA Difference

  • NAIA never has an ownership in the agencies and never an equity position
  • Agencies own their books of business
  • Agencies secure their appointments directly with the insurance carriers
  • NAIA believes in win/win relationships – something for the carriers (profitable growth) and something for agencies (profitable growth)
  • Agencies place their own business – all flow goes directly from the agency to the carrier and never through NAIA
  • Member agencies must have historically profitable books of business and maintain them in order to participate in NAIA
  • Member agencies receive regular communication via onsite and offsite meetings and data reporting throughout the year.
  • Ancillary services are available to agencies

How the NAIA team works for our agents