Mount Laurel, New Jersey, August 21, 2014 – Corporate Synergies, a national group employee benefits and property and casualty insurance brokerage and consulting firm, has emerged as the third largest U.S. benefits specialist on Business Insurance magazine’s 2014 Benefits Specialist ranking. Corporate Synergies was the fourth largest U.S. benefits specialist in 2013.
Business Insurance determines benefits specialist rankings by revenue of companies that derive 50% or more of gross revenue from employee benefits business. Revenues include commissions and fees from brokering group benefit coverage, benefit consulting and benefit plan administration.
“Our share of the market is expanding quickly because Synergies360℠, our approach to employee benefits consultation, is resonating with employers,” said John Turner, President and CEO. “We’re helping businesses throughout the nation control healthcare costs and mitigate risks associated with Healthcare Reform.”
Synergies360 is based upon a deeper understanding of the employee benefits industry, clients and plan participants. Corporate Synergies provides forward-looking insights that help employers reshape their benefits strategies and better prepare their organizations to respond to changes in the healthcare landscape.
About Corporate Synergies
Corporate Synergies is a national group employee benefits and property and casualty insurance brokerage and consulting firm. The firm delivers strategies that control costs, relieve administrative burdens and mitigate risk. Its experts develop a deeper understanding through established listening posts in all areas of their competencies, fueling the ability to better execute. The company has won numerous awards and is recognized for their level of service and innovative programs. Corporate Synergies has also been designated as a Business Journal “Top Places to Work” company. They operate nationally from six U.S. locations, including the headquarters in Mount Laurel, New Jersey; and regional offices in New York City; Melville, New York; Wayne, Pennsylvania; Bethesda, Maryland; and Orlando, Florida.