Alera Group, a top independent, national insurance and wealth services firm, announced today the acquisition of Webber & Grinnell Insurance Agency, an independent insurance agency providing comprehensive personal insurance, business insurance and employee benefits.
“The Webber & Grinnell Insurance team’s commitment to customer service and the New England community distinguishes them from the competition. We are pleased to add Webber & Grinnell Insurance Agency to the Alera Group family and expand our footprint in New England,” said Alan Levitz, CEO of Alera Group.
Headquartered in Northampton, MA, Webber & Grinnell Insurance has provided insurance protection for individuals and businesses throughout New England for more than 150 years. The stability, professionalism, and competitiveness of their staff has made Webber & Grinnell Insurance one of the largest agencies in the region. Webber & Grinnell Insurance specializes in a variety of coverage services to meet clients’ unique insurance needs, including personal insurance, business insurance and employee benefits.
“Webber & Grinnell takes pride in providing trusted advice, delivering outstanding service for clients and giving back to the communities we serve throughout New England,” said Bill Grinnell, President of Webber & Grinnell Insurance Agency.
The Webber & Grinnell Insurance Agency will continue serving clients in its existing roles. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
About Alera Group
Alera Group is an independent, national insurance and wealth services firm with more than $850 million in annual revenue, offering comprehensive employee benefits, property and casualty, retirement plan services and wealth services solutions to clients nationwide. By working collaboratively across specialties and geographies, Alera Group’s team of more than 3,000 professionals in more than 120 offices provides creative, competitive services that help ensure a client’s business and personal success. For more information, visit www.aleragroup.com or follow us on LinkedIn.