We've transformed into FNIC!
The only thing changing is our name. The relationships made over the years with each agency have not. As FNIC, you can expect to receive the same great service from the same people you’ve come to know and trust.
First Insurance Group, LLC is a subsidiary of the Lauritzen Corporation comprised of 17 insurance agencies situated in the local communities of Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota, and Illinois. Bruce Lauritzen and our set of shared values brought us together over the years.
Our decentralized operating model of individual agencies has performed exceptionally, with each agency developing and nurturing meaningful client and carrier partnerships. However, it was clear that the more we worked together and shared resources, the better we could serve our clients.
Unifying our brand and organization truly makes that a reality. This new identity is a meaningful and decisive step that will lead to greater efficiencies, improved access to our teams of talented people, and strengthened support of the communities in which we work.
FNIC unites our cultures and values as we come together as ONE powerful entity.
First National Bank of Omaha, FNBO, also affiliated with the Lauritzen Corporation, has long been a supportive and collaborative partner. Our new name and logo proudly highlight that relationship in an exciting way and signals our joint stability, breadth of knowledge, and depth of resources.
Our new name and logo will soon be reflected in our branding, signage, website, social channels and more. Check back soon to see the transformation!
We’re excited about our change to FNIC and feel honored to be your trusted insurance advisor. Our team of over 250 employees, supporting multiple insurance and risk management areas, truly operates as an extension of your business. We see and comprehend the details and offer Commercial Insurance, Farm and Crop Insurance, Employee Benefits, Surety Bonds, and Personal Insurance. We will do our very best to meet (or exceed) your insurance and risk management needs as the transformed FNIC.