Finseca announced Monday that the Forum 400 membership has overwhelmingly voted in favor of merging the two organizations.
This merger brings together the highest-performing life insurance professionals in the U.S. and the top financial security professionals across the country into one organization, the organizations said in a news release.
“We are thrilled that the Forum 400 membership has voted to move forward with this merger,” said Marc Cadin, CEO of Finseca. “I want to commend Vince D’Addona, President of the Forum 400, for his extraordinary leadership throughout this process. We look forward to promoting the Forum 400 community’s unique value proposition for elite life insurance advisors to our membership and continuing our efforts to reunify the profession.”
“Our enthusiasm for this partnership is perfectly captured by the membership’s overwhelming support,” said Vince D’Addona, Board President of Forum 400. “The Forum 400 task force has said since the beginning of our discussions that Finseca is the perfect platform to help our community deliver greater value, more effectively so that we can grow our membership. Couple this with Finseca’s inspirational commitment to re-unifying the profession, and we are honored to be a part of this mission.”
This merger is the result of an extensive due diligence process that took place among a task force that included the current President & several past Presidents of the Forum 400 as well as leadership from Finseca, the release said.
Both organizations have their own unique strengths in the profession but, together they will perfectly complement Finseca’s goal of being home to the very best and brightest in the financial security profession.