Allied World Expands Accounts Receivable Insurance Offering in North America
April 18, 2017 at 17:00 PM EDT
Allied World Assurance Company Holdings, AG (NYSE: AWH) announced today that Accounts Receivable Insurance is now available in 49 states and Washington, D.C. The coverage helps chief financial officers and other senior financial executives mitigate the risk of non-payment for their companies due to customer insolvency, protracted default and/or political risk.
Todd Germano, Executive Vice President, Head of Global Crisis Management Division, commented, “We are very pleased to now have approval in every state. This gives our team the ability to reach more customers and help them protect their companies’ balance sheets.”
Kent Paisley, Senior Vice President, Global Crisis Management Division, said, “In addition to the expansion of underwriting territory, we are pleased to announce that Hugo Carson has joined our team as Vice President, Accounts Receivable Insurance, and will be based in our Allied World Chicago Office. Hugo brings over a decade of credit insurance underwriting experience to Allied World and we are lucky to have him on our team.”
For more information, please contact Kent Paisley at Kent.Paisley@awac.com.
About Allied World
Allied World Assurance Company Holdings, AG, through its subsidiaries and brand known as Allied World, is a global provider of innovative property, casualty and specialty insurance and reinsurance solutions. Allied World offers superior client service through a global network of offices and branches. All of Allied World's rated insurance and reinsurance subsidiaries are rated A by A.M. Best Company, A by Standard & Poor's, and A2 by Moody's, and our Lloyd's Syndicate 2232 is rated A+ by Standard & Poor's and AA- by Fitch.
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