Who We Are

Trust. Integrity. Knowledge.

Let’s be honest, insurance is big and complicated… but you can trust us to navigate it for you. Our team knows the process, we know the right questions to ask, and we know how to find the solutions you are looking for. Our product is our promise and it’s not just something we say it’s in everything we do for our clients and partners.  

Our Guiding Principles

Our Guiding Principles

Trust should be at the core of all our relationships.

Unquestionable integrity is absolute for everyone.

We hold the entrepreneurial spirit of the agency in high esteem.

Knowledge of our industry is something we should continuously pursue.

We must have the courage to do the right thing, no matter how difficult.

We approach our business with professional discipline.

In our communication, we must be honest, forthright, timely, and professional.

Our Community

Our business is a reflection of the communities we serve. That’s why at FNIC we’re committed to collaborating with local families and businesses. These community touchstones don’t stop at the services we provide, we encourage and support our employees’ involvement in the causes they are passionate about.

Family-grown and locally owned for 100 years

Family-grown and locally owned for 100 years

We like to think we look good for our age. Despite our 100+ years in business, we have maintained a culture of innovation and doing right by our clients, traits that were instilled by the founder of The Harry A. Koch Co.; Harry A. Koch Sr. back in 1916. Along the way, we’ve developed long-lasting relationships with our carrier partners that allow us to present tailored products to our clients. In 2004, Harry A. Koch Jr. carried on what his father began when he sold his company to longtime friend and business associate Bruce Lauritzen. Harry saw this as an opportunity to meet the needs of his employees, whose values so closely aligned with the Lauritzen Corporation’s. We’re proud of our local roots and look forward our next century of supporting the Omaha area’s families and businesses.

From left, Mrs. Graham W.J. Beal, Harry Koch and Graham W.J. Beal, director of Joslyn Art Museum at the Zoofari fundraiser at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo in 1989. THE WORLD-HERALD