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All Risks' Matthew Nichols Elected as New President of NAPSLO

Author EdwardMurayama , 10/11/2012

Matthew Nichols has been elected President of the National Association of Professional Surplus Lines Offices, Ltd. (NAPSLO) for the 2013 term.  Matt has served on the NAPSLO board since 2005 and has chaired several committees.  Currently, he is the President of All Risks, Ltd., the largest independent property and casualty wholesale insurance brokerage firm in the nation.  Previously, Matt has served senior positions at Colony Management Services, Inc. in Richmond, Virginia.  Matt is a 20-year insurance industry veteran and holds an ASLI designation.

All Risks, Ltd. Hires Barry Woltmon as Branch Manager, Seattle, Washington Office

Author EdwardMurayama , 10/5/2012

Largest independent wholesale insurance brokerage firm, All Risks, Ltd., is proud to announce Barry Woltmon has been hired as Branch Manager of the Seattle, Washington office effective October 1, 2012. Barry has over 30 years of experience in the insurance industry. His working knowledge includes commercial underwriting, management of wholesale operations, branch management, BOP programs, marketing and personal lines. Barry holds both CPCU and ARM designations.


Author EdwardMurayama , 5/4/2012

Worldwide Facilities, Inc., a Los Angeles based wholesale insurance brokerage firm, announced that it purchased the assets of 3D Star Insurance Services, Inc., a St. Louis, Missouri domiciled insurance wholesaler. Denise Dockendorf, President and principal of 3D Star along with her team, joined Worldwide as part of the transaction.  Ms. Dockendorf commented; “Worldwide provides us with a platform and resources that will help us to grow the business.  We are excited about the opportunity to help them grow their geographic footprint.” 

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