Your cybersecurity is only as good as your weakest link. Have your third-party vendors done a SOC 2 audit?
New research shows the status of remote work mid-2023. What benefits could the insurance industry see?
Answering the common carrier compliance questions covered in NAMIC’s compliance webinar presented by AgentSync.
After a natural disaster, states can call on emergency adjusters to help manage the large number of claims.
A summary of the workshop led by AgentSync’s VP of Sales, Ryan Ward, at the 2023 Insurtech Insights Conference
Five client questions insurance agents shouldn’t answer without a securities license and why.
AgentSync doubles down on building the most modern and connected producer management and compliance solutions to provide flexibility in distribution channels for carriers, agencies, and MGAs
A summary of AgentSync co-founder and CTO Jenn Knight’s panel at Insurtech Insights on the use of advanced analytics in the insurance industry.
Many regulatory stakeholders plus complicated products make for a multi-layered challenge for variable lines brokers and carriers trying to remain compliant.
Insurance carriers that work with dually licensed broker-dealers have more than double the compliance concerns.
When it comes to regulatory investigations, the potential of a fine isn’t the real punishment.
2023 has already offered us so much drama regarding whether we’re headed for (or already in) a recession. It's a good time to remind everyone that even if a recession occurs, it’s not a death sentence for creativity, innovation, and investment.
Television and online ads would have you believe that the most popular way to buy insurance is instantly from a mobile device, without so much as talking to another human. However, perception isn’t always reality.
Why a growing number of insurance agents are becoming dually licensed and what it means for the carriers and MGAs/MGUs they work with.
Life insurance carriers will look to operational efficiencies that help dually licensed brokers capitalize on a singular variable lines market.