“Not many Program Underwriters can boast a 20 year partnership with one carrier and we’re fortunate enough to have two partnerships with such tenure.”
Westbrook, CT (PRWEB) May 01, 2013
This month marked 20 years since Maritime Program Group (MPG) launched their first program with North American Specialty, a Swiss Re company. Starting with the creation of their recreational marine program writing marinas, boat dealers, yacht clubs, boat builders and marine artisans, the MPG and Swiss Re relationship flourished while adding a host of Ocean and Inland Marine underwriting programs including Passengers boats, builders risk and most recently, Charter Boats and Motor Truck Cargo.
“Not many Program Underwriters can boast a 20 year partnership with one carrier and we’re fortunate enough to have two partnerships with such tenure,” said Christopher Pesce, MPG’s President. “We're proud to have such a wonderful relationship with our partners at Swiss Re, one that has endured the test of time and stood resolute in face of many catastrophes.” Similarly, last year marked the 20th anniversary for MPG’s recreational marine underwriting programs with New Hampshire Insurance Company (AIG).
Maritime Program Group (MPG) is a Program Administrator providing a full range of marine insurance products and underwriting services to its broker network throughout the Unites States. MPG specializes in protecting all types of marine-related assets across every category of marine risks, including Recreational Marine, Inland Marine, and Ocean Marine. Through its Private Client Services, the company serves the individual insurance needs of high net worth clients. MPG also has a wholesale brokerage facility to place Ocean Marine risks that might otherwise not fit their in-house underwriting programs. MPGs nearly 60 employees are strategically located in offices nationwide, with primary offices in Westbrook, CT, Manchester, NH and Gladstone, OR. For more information about Maritime Program Group, visit http://www.maritimepg.com or call 800.366.8086 Ext. 1658.