Scottsdale agent receives company-wide recognition

Darren Wallace (submitted photo)

Darren Wallace (submitted photo)

New York Life agent J. Darren Wallace from the Arizona General Office was recently acknowledged by the company for his achievement in life insurance sales in the first half of 2016.

Through his hard work this year, he has assisted families and businesses in their communities with life insurance protection that could help ensure a college education, home ownership, entrepreneurial endeavors and even multigenerational assets in the future, according to a press release.

“We are honored that Darren has been recognized for his efforts,” said Marc Braden, managing partner of the Arizona General Office, in the release. “New York Life has known for quite some time what a valuable asset Darren has been to our New York Life family and to the community. We are pleased that his dedication to helping families and businesses as they work to protect their financial futures is being realized in this way.”

Mr. Wallace has been a New York Life agent for 12 years, and has a degree from Oregon State University where he achieved a B.S. in Business Marketing.

He is a licensed Insurance Agent with New York Life Insurance Company and Registered Representative of NYLIFE Securities LLC, a licensed insurance agency and is securities licensed with Series 6 and 63 registrations.

Mr. Wallace has been a member of the Million Dollar Round Table, The Premier Association of Financial Professionals, for nine years and a member of National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors. He is the owner of Wild Olive Insurance and Financial Services LLC based in Scottsdale, which is not owned or operated by New York Life or its affiliates, the release stated.

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