PARTNERING WITH PRODUCERS AND
TO DELIVER CUSTOMIZED BUSINESS
SOLUTIONS WITH SEAMLESS EXECUTION
IS TO PROVIDE AGENTS WITH SUPERIOR SERVICE, PERSONALIZED SALES SUPPORT AND TAILORED BUSINESS SOLUTIONS THAT HELP BUILD AND DEVELOP LONG-TERM RELATIONSHIPS
Solutions for Foreign National Clients
With over 50 years of experience, we are an industry leader in the foreign national market. We help our agents devise customized sales strategies and wealth management solutions for their foreign national clients. Our open-architecture business approach allows us to offer a variety of products and services available to best suit your clients’ needs while still adhering to all carrier, state and federal guidelines.
Advanced Sales Support
Brandon Brokerage Group provides full sales support and expertise for both domestic and foreign national life cases, as well as disability, annuity and long-term care sales.
From case planning and design, to marketing sales concepts and strategies, carrier insight, and point-of-sale support, our highly trained team will help you provide a superior sales experience to your clients and further develop all facets of your business.
Full Case Management
Our dedicated new business team provides full underwriting support, expertise and case management for all new client applications.
From packaging and processing client applications to ordering and reviewing medical records, we help ensure a streamlined and professional experience from solicitation to policy delivery for our agents and their clients.
Quality Carriers & Products
Brandon Brokerage Group is a leading Tellus/Crump firm offering nationwide services and full access to over thirty top-rated life insurance carriers. We enhance the value and scope of services our agents can offer their clients by forging professional partnerships with the industry’s leading carriers and providing individualized support and quality products.
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