2023 Leadership Awards
You compete every day
Be recognized for it.
Finseca’s professional awards honor agency leadership and individual leaders whose passion, talent and expertise make the greatest contributions to the financial security profession. You can honor the best of the best in leadership when you nominate an agency or individual for one of these prestigious awards.
The application is open to all field leaders.
Deadline to apply is April 1, 2023.
If you have any questions as you complete the application, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Master Agency/Firm Award
Master Agency Awards are given to an agency head that is an active Finseca member at a firm with at least $7,800,000 USD in commission levels or $15,600,000 USD in premium levels during the previous year.
Management Hall of Fame
Inductees to Finseca’s Management Hall of Fame are not only experts at building world-class agencies or firms, they also elevate the financial security profession by serving and educating their communities, championing professional development, and generally advancing the mission and work of the profession.
Master Multiline Award
The Master Multiline Award is given to an agency head that is an active Finseca member with an agency or firm that achieved at least $300,000 USD in gross life and annuity premiums and at least $10,000,000 USD in gross property and casualty premiums during the previous year.
Finseca Futures-Leadership Track
When you ask the iconic leaders of the financial security profession about how they grew successful businesses and teams, almost all mention the help of mentors and peers. The Finseca Futures program is designed to provide access to networks and training that leaders need to thrive in the early years (0-5 years in leadership) of their career. (This program requires a fee.)
Community Impact Award
The Community Impact Leadership Award honors financial security firms/ agencies that are having a tangible, measurable effect on their clients and their communities. That impact might be the result of a number of activities, such as lives secured, charitable efforts or DE&I initiatives that promote doing well by doing good.