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New York Life leads MDRT

ALSO: Industry news from Foundation of Financial Planning, American General Life, LIMRA, AssuredPartners, GMC Software and Health Partners America

New York Life led the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) in the United States for the 59th consecutive year, with 2,228 qualifying New York Life agents. MDRT granted membership to only 10,329 agents in the entire United States, making membership in this organization a distinguishing life insurance career milestone for those demonstrating superior professional knowledge, experience and client service.

Of the 1,180 female MDRT members in the United States, 29 percent are New York Life agents – making the company the leader in female MDRT membership. New York Life has more than three times more women members than the second-place company.

CharestMichael Charest joined GMC Software Technology (GMC) as vice president of sales for financial services and insurance. Charest will support the company’s continued expansion of its GMC Inspire solution into vertical markets within North America.

Charest brings more than15 years of sales leadership and management experience within the software industry covering both enterprise software and SaaS for the financial services, insurance, healthcare, legal and retail industries. Charest will report to Steve Francis, president and general manager of GMC, North America.

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