Zander Insurance Group

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Zander Insurance
FounderHerman Zander

Zander Insurance is an insurance agency, headquartered in Nashville, TN.[1][2][3] The company provides insurance agent and broker services for a range of insurance types,[4][5] and is known as one of the largest independent insurance brokerage firms in the U.S.[6][7][8] Zander Insurance has been endorsed by radio and television personalities including Dave Ramsey,[9][10][11], John Tesh, and Eddie George, and in 2012 partnered with Answer Financial Insurance to provide home and auto insurance across the U.S.[12][13][14]


Zander Insurance was founded in 1925 by Herman Zander.[15] Julian M. Zander incorporated the agency in 1929, and remained an active member until shortly before his death in 1983.[16] In 1957, Julian “Bud” Zander joined the agency. In 1986, Jeff Zander joined the company, and became the company’s CEO in 2013.[17][18] Zander Insurance is also 49% employee-owned.

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  1. ^ "Identity Theft Programs – Wise Investment or Waste of Money". Forbes.
  2. ^ "Business Review". BBB.
  3. ^ "Zander Insurance Review". CPF.
  4. ^ "Zander Insurance Group". Bloomberg.
  5. ^ "Life Insurance". Actionecon.
  6. ^ "Zander Insurance Partners Answer Financial Offer". Businesswire.
  7. ^ "Zander Wins Lawsuit Against Accounting Firm". The Tennessean.
  8. ^ "Ramsey Solutions Celebrates National Financial Statement". Finance Yahoo.
  9. ^ "Don't Just Invest Like Dave Ramsey". Time.
  10. ^ "Identity Theft Protection Services Worth Having". Investopedia.
  11. ^ "Zander Identity Theft Review". ID Protection Guide.
  12. ^ "Zander Insurance Partners Answer Financial Offer". Businesswire.
  13. ^ "Zander Insurance Review". Insurance Journal.
  14. ^ "Zanders Federal Lawsuit Accuses Brentwood Firm". Nashville Post.
  15. ^ "Zander Insurance - US". Bloomberg.
  16. ^ "Dave Ramsey and Zander Insurance". The National Insurance Guide.
  17. ^ "Zander Insurance Review". Rootfin.
  18. ^ "Zander Sues CPAS Over Tax Advice". Nashville Post.

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