What an interesting time to be an insurance broker. With the recent flurry of consolidation activity, the traditional position of brokers in the insurance sector has changed; they can now define themselves as an independent broker, a network member or part of a consolidating machine. However, whether they have embraced the online aggregator market, or have changed from an insurance broker to a managing general agent or underwriting agency, they will need to have a strong relationship with a

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