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Arrival of Brett Morris Continues Alliant's New Orleans Talent Boom


Employee benefits specialist to focus on cost savings, performance

continues to add top-tier employee benefits talent to its New Orleans
office with the addition of Brett Morris. As Senior Vice President
within the company's Employee
Benefits Group
, Morris will work with a broad range of clients to
offer value-laden strategies that maximize cost savings and boost

"We continue to see tremendous growth potential in New Orleans and are
focused on bringing some of the region's most innovative talent to our
team," said Kevin Overbey, Senior Executive Vice President and Senior
Managing Director, Employee Benefits Group. "With his local knowledge
and deep carrier relationships, Brett will provide tremendous value to
our clients in the region."

A longtime innovator in the field of employee benefits, Morris is highly
regarded for his ability to find the ideal market for his clients based
on each company's unique risk tolerance. With experience providing both
fully-insured and self-insured options, Morris has a proven track record
of delivering high-value programs uniquely crafted to strengthen his
clients' business and support long-term growth.

Prior to joining Alliant, Morris was Senior Vice President with a large
regional insurance and employee benefits firm servicing clients with
both regional and national operations. He earned a bachelor's degree in
business administration from the University of Southern Mississippi.

Morris can be reached within Alliant's New Orleans office at (504)
312-4928 or at

About Alliant Insurance Services

Headquartered in Newport Beach, CA, Alliant Insurance Services, Inc.
provides property and casualty, workers' compensation, employee
benefits, surety, and financial products and services to clients
nationwide, including public entities, tribal nations, healthcare,
energy, law firms, real estate, construction, and other industry groups.
More information is available on the company's website at

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