What Drives the Optimism of Alliant’s Incoming CEO for 2024

Incoming CEO Greg Zimmer of Alliant Insurance Services (Alliant) is highly optimistic about the brokerage industry and the future of his organization in 2024.

In an interview with Insurance Business, Zimmer expressed confidence in the stability of the insurance market and outlined ambitious growth plans for Alliant.

“We see more positive opportunities than negative challenges in the current business landscape,” Zimmer stated. “Our outlook for the market is stable, which benefits both clients and carriers. We anticipate minimal disruptions that could adversely affect brokers significantly.”

Organic growth remains a key focus for Alliant, alongside strategic mergers and acquisitions. Despite completing over 100 acquisitions under Zimmer’s leadership, he emphasized that organic growth is the cornerstone of Alliant’s expansion strategy.

“While acquisitions complement our growth, organic expansion remains our primary focus,” Zimmer explained. “We aim to attract top talent and develop innovative solutions to better serve our clients. Our strategy revolves around combining exceptional people with superior products to deliver unmatched client experiences.”

Talent acquisition and development are paramount for Alliant, with Zimmer highlighting the company’s commitment to fostering a supportive and inclusive environment. Recognized for its dedication to diversity, equity, and inclusion, Alliant aims to remain the preferred destination for top industry talent.

“As we transition to new leadership, our core values remain unchanged,” Zimmer noted. “We prioritize empowering our brokers, providing them with ownership opportunities, and furnishing resources to excel in serving clients. Our enduring philosophy revolves around putting people first.”

Alliant’s leadership transition, effective April 1, 2024, marks a significant milestone for the company. Zimmer assumes the role of CEO, succeeding long-time leader Tom Corbett, who will continue as executive chairman. Additionally, Peter Arkley and Sean McConlogue have been appointed as presidents, overseeing various divisions within Alliant.

As Zimmer looks ahead to steering Alliant’s continued growth, he remains steadfast in his belief that investing in exceptional talent is the key to success in the brokerage industry.

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