Miguel Taveras Featured on AM Best TV

Insurers Should Not Overlook Lucrative Hispanic Market

Miguel Taveras, chief sales officer, Hoopis Performance Network, was recently interviewed on AM Best TV where he discussed how insurers should not overlook the lucrative Hispanic market. Miguel went on to say that the Hispanic consumer market in the United States has grown to $3.3 trillion and shares a host of qualities that make it a good prospect for insurers.

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About Miguel:

Miguel Taveras, CLF®, LLIF
Chief Sales Officer & Executive Vice President Global Development
Hoopis Performance Network.

Miguel has almost three decades of experience in sales, business leadership and distribution development in the Financial Services and Insurance industry. Miguel has developed hundreds of leaders, teams and businesses in the USA, Mexico, and Chile.

Miguel leads Hoopis Performance Network’s international division and is the executive producer of the in Spanish content library for Hoopis. Miguel is insurance licensed and holds FINRA registrations 6,63,26.

Miguel graduated Summa Cum Laude with bachelor’s degree in business and earned the Chartered Leadership Fellow designation (CLF®) from the American College of Financial Services.

In addition, Miguel completed the LIMRA Leadership Institute Fellow designation (LLIF) with Wharton School of business for Executive Education. Miguel has had the honor to speak internationally in a variety of industries and settings. He has a passion for learning and development; he is an active participant with NAIFA, FINSECA/GAMA and LIMRA. Miguel is past chair for the LIMRA diversity committee.

Miguel is the founder president of the Latin American Association of Insurance Agencies, Houston Chapter. An association that has reached one hundred members in the state of Texas in less than two years.

Miguel was born in the Dominican Republic and migrated to the US at age 15. Miguel is fully bilingual. He is a proud father of three children: Miguel Jr., Diana, and Gia. Miguel enjoys Yoga, exercising, traveling, reading, and holds a private pilot license from the FAA in the United States and the DGAC in Chile.