Based in Austin, TX; CAA is a privately held aggregator group committed to strengthening the role of independent agencies by combining our expertise and relationships to better serve our clients and business partners.
We are comprised of 70 independent insurance agencies located throughout 7 states, TX, OK, KS, NE, CO, MO, & IA.
We believe: business as usual is not business in the future.
Combined Agents of America became a reality after a period of brainstorming in 1997 among several independent insurance agents across Central Texas.
These seven agents wrote a business plan and method of operation by which agencies would maintain their independence while funneling combined premiums to bring larger volume commitments to the insurance carriers. The group shared this plan with major insurance companies who agreed to it. On October 1, 1997, Combined Agents of America, LLC or CAA was established.
After a great deal of due diligence, CAA, with the help of legal counsel put together an Operating Agreement, Regulation Guidelines, and elected officers. The licensing requirements were met, and CAA began to recruit new members and market the newly founded entity. Strict underwriting requirements have been established for prospective members of CAA. This includes financial and profitable loss ratio analysis. One requirement for membership is that a prospective member be a leader in their respective market. CAA continues its decade-long trend of record growth from its 7 founding members to 70 members and more than 1 billion in combined property and casualty premiums.
Not only is CAA the leading insurance networks with many of the top-rated insurance companies in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, Colorado and Iowa, it is also one of the fastest growing. CAA has gone to great lengths to strengthen and enhance its relationship with insurance companies and its member. All of this is accomplished while maintaining independence and growing each agency's bottom line.
Offices in TX, NE, MO, OK, KS, IA, & CO
We are located in Texas, Nebraska, Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, Iowa, and Colorado.