How to Become a MBA

Pride Risk Solutions is seeking distribution relationships with regionally established workers’ compensation MGA/MGUs, large Retail Firms and Wholesalers. The path to program appointment is very easy. Please review the program information below, hopefully you will find us to be a good compliment to your present offerings. If you feel your organization qualifies based on the program production requirements, complete the application and submit it to us. We will contact you to go over the program and begin the process. Or simply call or email us and we will be more than happy to communicate all program details to you.

After you have executed the MBA Program application, submit to Pride Risk Solutions for review. If you're approved to represent the program, you will be assigned a dedicated Business Development Manager whom will assist your organization every step of the way. Your BDM will handle the management of submissions, proposal presentations and customer service. The main goal of your BDM is to maximize your organization's success with the program.

Below you will find production requirements required to stay compliant with the minimum performance standards of the MBA agreement.

If you have any questions or seek further information please contact us at your convenience.

Minimum Requirements:

*All Criteria Must Be Met to Continue Appointment*
  • 1 bound account within 90 days of appointment
  • 6 bound accounts in a 12 month period
  • $1,000,000 in bound Worker's Compensation in a 12 month period
Support from your BDM:
Contact: 800-714-2336
MBA@PrideRisk.com
  • Sales support documentation
  • Live support
  • Back office sales support
  • Program training

What We Look for in a Submission

Underwriting Requirements

Program eligibility and underwriting will be based on the following criteria:
  • Signed, completed ACORD 130 Applications for individual clients with Ex-Mod and Carrier /Premium History
  • Completed supplemental underwriting assessment form
  • 5 Years of currently valued loss runs
  • Detailed explanation of losses above $25,000 for each of the three years
  • Payroll summary (desired but not required)
  • Target Premium