1888PressRelease – Written premium up 22% with Alliance National Insurance Company
Fort Washington, PA – Alliance National Insurance Company(ANIC) announced today that it has increased 2014 written premium by 22% versus year end 2013 figures. In addition, the premium growth is up 46% as compared to ANIC’s June 2013 financial statements. This growth is fueled by the marketing and placement of coverage with Archway Insurance Services.
Alliance National’s president and CEO, H. James Agnew said “we are on target to meet our premium and surplus growth objectives for 2014 while maintaining our ratio requirements.”
Eric Bossard, co-founder and principal of Archway added ” Archway strives to be creative and original in it’s marketing efforts. We are very fortunate to continue to work with quality broker partners in a tough class of business being workers comp.”
Alliance National celebrated the Company’s 100 years of being in business on April 15 of this year. ANIC, formally known as UMI Insurance Company is domiciled in New York State. The Company is fully capitalized and licensed to write P&C insurance in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. As a specialty underwriter experienced in Alternative Risk Transfer (A.R.T.) insurance programs, Alliance National brings together a strong team of professionals well versed in SIR’s, offshore and onshore ART structures, reinsurance treaties, facultative reinsurance and securitization facilities.
Archway, which began operations in 2002, has placed in excess of $250 million in workers compensation premiums with various carriers. Archway is currently the exclusive sales and marketing gateway to Alliance National Insurance Company.
Should you have an opportunity and want to speak with a live insurance professional please contact Tom Hynes at thynes ( @ ) archwayins dot com or 610-719-0838 ext 290 dot
*Archway Insurance Services, LLC, is a licensed insurance producer in PA and other states (for a complete list of states contact Archway). Archway is not an insurance company and is subject to each state’s respective insurance laws and regulations.