Career outlook for insurance account manager
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Currently employed in Scotland
What's it like?
You would promote your company’s insurance products to the advisers and agents who give people financial advice.
You would increase the sales of your company’s insurance policies, trying to meet your sales targets. You’d specialise in one particular area such as life assurance or corporate insurance.
When you persuade an agent - an insurance broker or an independent financial adviser - to sell your policies to their customers they would become one of your business accounts. You’d look after several business accounts at one time.
- Build good working relationships with brokers and other agents
- Promote new insurance products
- Set up meetings to get new business accounts and lead the presentation - called a ‘pitch’
- Work with your company’s insurance underwriters to adapt policies
- Set up teams for handling claims and giving contact centre support for new policies
- Develop marketing materials
- Monitor sales performance by the agents
- Give advice to agents on existing products
- Make sure that the agents meet strict financial services industry rules
You’d need to be confident and persuasive, and enjoy making sales and negotiating.
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