The Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) is a trade association formed in 1927 to help Insurance brokers and financial advisors establish best business practices and develop ethical and effective ways to increase client interest in financial products, specifically risk based products like life insurance, disability and long term care. As of the end of 2008 the organization has more than 39,000 members in 82 countries and territories.
Annual qualification requirements for joining include demonstrating a set annual production requirement plus agreeing to adhere to a strict code of ethics. Ethical violations will result in dismissal. To be eligible for a basic membership in 2020 for example, an applicant must meet a production goal of $190,000 in first year commission. MDRT also has established two additional tiers of qualification – Court of the Table and Top of the Table. To qualify for these higher tiers of membership, the applicant must demonstrate annual commission of first year income three to six times the base requirement.
The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors protects and promotes the critical role of insurance in a sound financial plan and the essential role provided by our professional agents and advisors. One of the oldest and largest trade organizations in the insurance field, NAIFA was founded on June 18, 1890 in Boston as the National Association of Life Underwriters. NAIFA celebrated 130 years of industry leadership with Voices From the Field.
NAIFA members are advisors that focus first and foremost on client care. Satisfaction comes from providing guidance to families who are seeking financial wellness. A NAIFA advisor is a person who continuously strives to improve and gives back to the local community, or what we refer to as MainStreetUSA.
NAIFA advisors are the closest to the consumer. Our membership is made up of all sorts of advisors that practice at the kitchen table, at local coffee shops, in board rooms and in offices that bear their name on the shingle. Advisors seek out NAIFA to surround themselves with like-minded people, to further their professional development and to increase their professionalism in their practice, advocacy efforts & community involvement.
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The Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA) is a trade association that represents hotel owners. As of 2020, AAHOA has approximately 19,500 members who own about half the hotels in the United States.[ AAHOA provides service and support for hoteliers through its educational offerings, policy and political advocacy for the interests of hotel owners, opportunities for professional development, and community engagement.
MDRT Study Group:
Study groups enable producers to grow personally and professional through idea sharing. This guide takes you through the benefits, process of forming, agenda setting and formalizing steps to form or improve your own study group. Developed in collaboration with the 2015 Study Groups Committee and 2016 Study Group Task Force.
India Association of North Texas (IANT) is a 501(c) (3) non-religious, non-political, non-profit organization established in1962. The objectives of IANT are:
a) to provide civic and political education to people of Indian origin,
b) to foster friendship and understanding between the people of Indian origin and fellow Americans,
c)to act as a spokesperson for the Asian Indian community.