The MGAA chief executive is optimistic about the future for MGAs and says there is an opportunity for technology companies to work with them
Managing General Agents (MGAs) have performed extremely well during the Covid-19 pandemic due to their agility to adjust business models quicker than insurers, according to Mike Keating, chief executive of the Managing General Agents Association (MGAA).
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