And you have a great relationship with a brokerage general agent should you run into difficulties with a hard-to-place case or need some advanced underwriting expertise.
What does BGA stand for?
BGA stands for Brokerage General Agent (various companies)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 130 other meanings of BGA in our Acronym Attic
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- BlueGreen Alliance (various locations)
- Bone GLA Protein (Osteocalcin: markers of bone formation)
- Boys Generally Asian (parody group)
- Bridge Group Address
- British Gear Association (UK)
- British Gliding Association
- British Go Association
- British Grooms Association (UK)
- Broiler Growers Association
- Bucaramanga, Colombia - Palo Negro (Airport Code)
- Buffer Gate Array
- Bundesverband des Deutschen Groß– Und Außenhandels (Federation of German Wholesale and Foreign Trade)
- Bureau Genevois d'Adoption (French: Geneva Office of Adoption; Geneva, Switzerland)
- Business General Aviation
- Business Growth Alliance, LLC
- Butterfly Gardeners Association
- Blood Group-Associated Antigens
- Bowling Green Athletic Association (Bowling Green, KY)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The company also makes its proprietary life insurance available to brokerage general agents, broker/dealers and independent financial planner producer groups through its wholesaling unit, Axa Distributors.
Insurance Marketing" magazine is published ten times a year and distributed on a controlled basis to 13,500 marketing general agents, brokerage general agents, agency managers, and insurance company marketing executives.
Best Company # 69555 Distribution: Independent financial advisers, brokerage general agents, securities brokerage firms, banks, other independent organizations Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America A.
The highly entrepreneurial brokerage general agents quickly seized this channel change as an opportunity to serve the ranks of the newly liberated agents.