Providing access to retail insurance brokers for their elite clientele

Frequently Asked Questions

Q – What are the requirements for writing business through AIP?

A – It’s a very simple process! You just need to send in a signed agency contract, current copy of your E&O and current copy of your agency license.Click here for More

Q – What is the annual business commitment that I must make with AIP?

A – None! We do not require our partner agents to sign an annual new business contract – that’s why we are a wonderful alternative to a full carrier appointment.Click here for More

Q – What does AIP need to quote a new piece of business?

A – A completed Acord application for new business quotes on package and monoline policies.Click here for More

Q – What does AIP need in order to bind my account?

A – A completed Request To Bind form (RTB). You can find a copy of this on our Forms & Marketing Page – each insurance carrier has their own form so please reference the company you are binding with to find the correct form.

Q – Once the policy has been bound, when can I expect it?

A – You will receive an electronic copy from your AIP team member. Once you receive your electronic copy, please review the policies to ensure accuracy and then you can mail to your client. We always recommend retaining copies of all correspondence in your files.

Q – What is the typical renewal procedure?

A – Agents will receive electronic copies of all renewals approximately 60 days prior to renewal date. After the agent has had an opportunity to review the renewals please let your team member at AIP know if any changes are to be made.

Q – What is my commission?

A – AIP offers very generous (not general as it reads) commission sharing with our partner agents. Please call Meridith Shanks at 877-275-2335 ext 39 for specific details on your commission structure.

Q – Will AIP accept a book roll?

A – We would love to discuss a book roll with you! Because we do adhere to carrier underwriting guidelines we can work with you to review your book of business and take the best steps moving forward to ensure your clients are best protected.

Q – What does AIP specialize in?

A – Our agency specializes in property and casualty insurance and risk management services for high-net-worth individuals and clients and does so with confidentiality and the utmost attention to detail.

Q – Where can I write business with AIP?

A – We are licensed in most states and can write international business as well (please contact a team member for more specific international needs).

Q – What is the AIP team like?

A – AIP has earned a reputation for excellence. The AIP team of professionals – carefully chosen for their expertise in all areas of property and casualty insurance – manages clients across the United States.Click here for More

Q – How does AIP define a prospect client?

A – Our typical high net worth insurance client is an executive or affluent insured who has more than one home, high-valued cars, extensive collections of art and jewelry, recreational vehicles, a luxury yacht, a private jet or fractional share in one and domestic staff. Click here for More.

Q – How do I know AIP will respond to my customer’s insurance needs?

A – Commitment. Our commitment begins by working with you on your analysis of the customer’s insurance needs, after which a detailed insurance quote proposal is presented to you, the agent. We know that you work diligently to compare the existing coverage to our recommendations. In addition, we can work with you to set up a review program and continually look for responsible ways to save the customer money as well as protect their assets.

Q – What kind of service can I expect from AIP?

A – Concierge-Style Services. One of our driving principles is to “exceed your expectations,” especially when it comes to customer service. We stress personalized, 24-hour service tailored to each client’s needs.