Use the filtering tool to your right to help you narrow down your options to select an IMO.
Agents can search IMOs by:
- Location (if you’re looking for local training)
- Insurance Verticals
- Average Google Review
- Average Facebook Review
- Whether they have marketing or insurance lead programs
- Whether they include training, free resources or a blog full of helpful tips
In addition to these options, on each IMO’s profile page you will find their contact info, social media channels, a quick review from us, and also other helpful links and information designed to making your choice easier.
Already affiliated with an IMO or FMO? Leave a review on their profile page to let other agents know about your experiences with them.
To better understand the differences between an IMO and an FMO or what to watch out for when contracting through one of them, check out our latest blog post:
Directory List of BGAs, FMOs & IMOs
Advisors Insurance Broker is affiliated with New York & National Long Term Care Brokers, acting as its independent national IMO. AIB is great if you want to focus on long-term care and disability insurance. Or, if you want to cross-sell Medicare or use annuity products to provide long-term coverage options, they have those companies available as well. They offer some good affiliate sites for training, but lead programs and marketing programs aren't their strongest suit.