Property-Casualty Insurance News
The Brethren Mutual Insurance Company, which serves Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia, announced several new hires and promotions.
Cyril Greenya, Sr., vice president of Marietta, Pa.-based Donegal Group Inc., sold 50,000 shares in an insider selling transaction.
Florida’s top regulator is barring insurers from charging consumers based on price optimization.
Confie Seguros, a national provider of personal lines insurance primarily serving the Hispanic market, has acquired three additional insurance brokerages in Buffalo, N.Y.
Willis Group Holdings has created a forensic accounting and complex claims practice to aid recovery efforts across a wide range of disciplines after large-scale disasters such as an earthquake or a scenario such as the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center.
The U.S. property/casualty posted its second consecutive year of profitable underwriting results in 2014, according to a report from A.M. Best.
The market conditions for brokerage and agency principals who are looking to sell their firms has never been better, according to several industry merger and acquisition experts.
The National Association of Professional Insurance Agents (PIA) has endorsed two bills in Congress that would both fix what the PIA says is a major flaw in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by repealing an excise tax on certain employer-sponsored health plans.
Keystone Insurers Group continues to expand its presence in the Bluegrass State, announcing the addition of a new franchise partner in Maysville, Kentucky.
Integro has acquired Energy Insurance Brokers, Inc. (EIB), an upstate firm that specializes in trucking and energy risks.