Shuswap Insurance Brokers joins SASCU Financial Group

Shuswap Insurance staff and location in Enderby will remain the same.

Shuswap Insurance Brokers moved into 2019 as part of SASCU Financial Group.

Based in the Shuswap, SASCU Financial Group includes SASCU Insurance from its Salmon Arm Uptown location. The company was acquired by SASCU in Sept. 2018.

“SASCU is thrilled to have Shuswap Insurance as part of our family,” said Barry Delaney, Chief Executive Officer of SASCU. “We are pleased to be associated with their outstanding reputation for providing professional insurance services to Enderby and area. The combined knowledge along with the expanded insurance provider options really makes this a win-win for our clients.”

“We considered a wide range of possible purchasers. SASCU stood out as the best fit for our clients and staff,” said Chuck Melanson of Shuswap Insurance Brokers. “The early months together have proven this to be true and we are more excited than ever to move forward as part of SASCU.”

Shuswap Insurance staff and location remain the same. They can be found at 604 Cliff Avenue in Enderby.

Related: Insurance company changes hands

Related: ICBC to apply for 6.3% hike to basic insurance rates

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