Confie is one of the largest privately held insurance brokers and top personal lines provider in the United States. Our greatest strengths are our commitment to our customers, our one-stop solution approach, and our dedication to building a winning company culture. Our aspiration – to be the most trusted source of insurance solutions, so our customers can have peace of mind – is the guiding force behind our growth strategy

The experienced Confie management team continues to build its portfolio of regional insurance brokerages across the United States.  Our nationwide footprint encompasses nearly 800 locations, with leading market positions in California, Arizona, Texas, Florida, Washington, Oregon, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, New Mexico, Nevada, Illinois, Alabama, Kansas, Wisconsin, South Carolina, Missouri, Louisiana, and Indiana. The company is set to expand into other states, including Connecticut, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and North Carolina.

Continued growth during a challenging economy

Steady growth, both organically and externally through acquisitions, requires expertise in the area of business consolidation. Confie has completed over 100 acquisitions since its inception in 2008 and continues to integrate strong regional partners into our winning model.

Our Company’s growth strategy and value proposition are founded on attractively priced acquisitions. Direct access to significant economic resources enables us to focus on creating greater efficiency through economies of scale.

Confie recognizes that the personal lines and small- to midsize commercial insurance brokerage industry is highly fragmented. With few competing consolidators, we can achieve significant growth via larger acquisitions that expand Confie’s geographic footprint, often into new regions, and fold-ins that complement our existing retail store networks and leverage the Company’s infrastructure and advertising.

Confie continues its proven growth strategy through:

  • Hub and Spoke approach to acquisition
  • Offering new products and services (Standard and Preferred, Homeowners, Life, and small- to midsize commercial)
  • Opening new retail branches
  • Targeting the fastest growing population segment, which is also underserved in the insurance market
  • Pursuing consolidation of Main Street America agencies within a highly fragmented brokerage landscape