What is the role of an insurance broker?
The role of an insurance broker is to work for their client to help them understand the risks that they face, to find insurance products and services that will help to reduce the potential impact of these risks.
Put simply, an Insurance Broker is a specialist in insurance and in risk management.
The role and expertise of Insurance Brokers cover a few key areas. An insurance broker is a professional who offers, negotiates, and sells insurance policies. They act as an intermediary between insurers and customers and may receive compensation from the insurer when insurance policies are purchased by a client. An important role of an insurance broker is to help clients to assess the types of risks they might face and the possible impact that these risks might bring. Insurance Brokers work with their clients to help them understand and purchase the insurance they need to reduce the risks they are exposed to. Insurance Brokers work for their clients. In contrast to an Insurance Agent, who is working for the insurance company, Insurance Brokers are on the client's side and work with their client's best interest in mind. Want to learn more about what exactly does an insurance broker do? OR if you are ready to find an Insurance Broker, then you have come to the right place. Advisr exists to help people find and connect with an Insurance Broker. Read reviews from clients about what it is like to work with various insurance brokers. See what areas of expertise an insurance broker specialises in. Find and connect with an insurance broker near you.
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