Iroquois Group announces changes to regional structure

Iroquois Group announces changes to regional structure

Iroquois Group announces changes to regional structure The Iroquois Group has announced changes to its regional structure. The adjustments are being made in order to better align Iroquois regions with those of their carrier partners and provide greater resources and financial opportunities for its members, the company said.

Member agencies in New York state will be integrated into Iroquois of New England. Ohio and Kentucky will become part of the Iroquois Mid-Atlantic region, while Tennessee will join the Iroquois South region.

Ted Branch will remain managing partner of New York and Ohio, but will work in collaboration with Matt Ward, who manages the New England and Mid-Atlantic regions. Mike Petty and Johnny Cox will continue to act as managing partners of Tennessee, but will work with Iroquois South managing partner David Ward.

“This realignment will allow us to bring new programs, strategies and resources to our members in New York, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee – and it will better position Iroquois for profitable growth with our core carrier partners,” said Iroquois CEO Laurie Branch.


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