Business & Personal Insurance
The Loyalty Alliance Insurance Division specializes in developing and implementing customized insurance solutions to address the exacting needs of successful individuals and businesses.
Through the utilization of our outstanding network of product specialists, access to top regional, national, and international insurers, and close association with other professional advisors (the latter including attorneys, accountants, and risk managers – as well as the clients’ own trusted team of top professionals), we find quality, cost-effective solutions that minimize our clients’ exposures to needless financial loss and address client personal and business needs, goals and objectives.
Product and insurer agnostic, Loyalty Alliance Insurance’s independence and professionalism further ensure clients not only receive the unbiased advice they need but the guidance, products, and service they deserve!
Whether you are an individual seeking protection for yourself, your estate and/or your valuables; a business owner/investor seeking a means to protect your company from property loss, liability claims, the impact of key person loss, and/or to provide attractive, cost effective insurance benefits programs to attract, retain and protect employees; or, an advisor looking for the best solutions available for your clients for any of the above, consider Loyalty Alliance Insurance – a partnership of trust built on outstanding advice, respect and service.
Whether you are a young company, a mature organization, or a private equity firm looking to invest, we help you leverage your dollars to:
- protect valuable corporate resources,
- minimize liability exposures; and,
- attract, reward and retain key personnel.
On the personal side, one call connects you to experts ready to:
- safeguard the value of your personal possessions,
- preserve your family wealth and welfare; and,
- ensure your financial legacy.
Core solutions to help achieve these ends include:
Interested in discussing how we can help ?
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The Loyalty Alliance team is among the most highly qualified in the industry. Industry designations and academic credentials of Loyalty Alliance Insurance personnel include the following: Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP®), Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC), Certified in Long Term Care (CLTC), Registered Health Underwriter (RHU), Registered Employee Benefits Consultant (REBC), Trust and Estates Practitioner (TEP), Certified Wealth Preservation Planner (CWPP) and Master of Business Administration (MBA/Finance).
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