SAN Group by the Numbers
2022 Total Member Premiums
Years In Business
In 1983, the Satellite Agency Network Group (SAN Group) was formed for the purpose of establishing a large, regional alliance of local agencies.
The concept was to allow local agents to increase independence, focus on producing profitable business, while taking advantage of the opportunities afforded only to large, regional agencies producing significant volumes of business.
SAN Group is now the largest alliance of independent insurance agencies in the Northeast, with nearly 400 member agencies across eight states writing more than $1.16 billion in total member premiums.
The SAN Group model was so successful, the model was replicated nationally beginning in 1995, giving rise to SIAA – the The Agent Alliance. Today, SAN is one of forty-nine SIAA regional master agencies, and with 13% of all independent agents across the country exceeding $12.5 billion in written premium, SIAA is now the single largest channel of independent agency distribution.
SAN Group is the largest alliance of independent insurance agencies in the Northeast, and the founding member of SIAA.
Compare us to the insurance networks, insurance aggregators, and insurance clusters – we provide so much more.
SAN is dedicated to the creation, growth, and evolution of the local independent insurance agency.
Our core values
Treat agencies like partners. Foster the entrepreneurial spirit. Continuously seek innovation that makes a difference. Build long-term relationships based on honesty and integrity.
We are the proven total solution for the independent agency and the proven distribution system for strategic partner companies.
Where we are
The SAN regional network spans across eight states in the Northeast: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York and Pennsylvania.
Our main office is located in Hampton, NH with field teams strategically located across the SAN footprint consulting and advising current and prospective members on how to profitably grow their agencies.