Seasons Federal Credit Union hires Insuritas to launch insurance agency

EAST WINDSOR, CT (November 13, 2013) —  Insuritas, the nation’s top ranked provider of turnkey insurance agencies, announced it has been hired by Seasons Federal Credit Union ($133 million in assets) located in Middletown, CT to open a turnkey insurance agency for the benefit of its over 15,000 members.

Jeff Chesky, President and CEO of Insuritas, noted: “Seasons FCU’s management realized that providing insurance products to their members is a natural extension of their core business and leverages the powerful brand equity and trusted relationships they’ve created in the market.” Chesky added “Our deployment team will have Season’s new full service insurance agency up and operational in 90 days. Rather than building a new agency from scratch or purchasing an existing agency Season’s leadership team concluded that Insuritas, with its LoanINSURE and SmartCART Technology, was the best solution.”

Keith Wiemert, Chief Executive Officer of Seasons FCU stated: “We are excited to partner with Insuritas. We wanted to offer an insurance agency solution that would provide all the insurance products our members might need for their financial security, all in a one-stop shopping experience. Through this partnership we own the agency, control the entire member experience, and eliminate the confusion of connecting our members to third party vendors.” Wiemert added: “The Insuritas solution allows us to deliver on our promise; … changing members’ lives for the better.”

About Insuritas

Insuritas enables financial institutions to own an insurance agency solution without the significant capital investments or operational risks of building or buying an agency. Through its award winning solutions, financial institutions leverage Insuritas’ proven, end-to-end insurance agency solution. Additional information is available at

About Seasons Federal Credit Union

Seasons Federal Credit Union serves more than 15,000 members and has over $133 million in assets. Additional information is available at


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