AM Specialty Insurance Company (ASIC), a leading domestic and international insurance company and accredited insurance company, has announced a number of hiring:
- Dominick Tassone Jr. called the chief underwriting agency
- Anne Hoffmans has been appointed as a senior member of the underwriting program
- Renee Montgomery the chief financial officer is appointed
Tassone has over forty years of experience in business. Prior to joining ASIC, he was vice president of underwriting for Spinnaker Insurance Company and executive vice president and head of programs for Aspen Insurance Division. He also served in various administrative roles under the law QBE. In his new role, Tassone will be responsible for the development and maintenance of ASIC’s underwriting strategy, profit sharing and growth strategies, as well as certification standards for business programs.
Hoffmans has more than 15 years of experience in the industry. He joined ASIC from Spinnaker Insurance Company, where he served as director of the underwriting program. Before that, he held positions in the National State and Insurance Arch.
“We are excited to welcome Dominick and Anne to our team,” said Shevawn Barder, CEO of ASIC. “Their expertise and experience will be invaluable as we continue to grow our business and offer innovative solutions in advance, risk sharing, and reinsurance capabilities to our customers.”
Montgomery has more than 20 years of experience in finance and senior accounting. From 2020 to 2022, he served as a senior vice president at Skyward Specialty. In the late 90s, he served as CFO at Houston Casualty Company. Montgomery began his career at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
“Renee brings a wealth of experience and expertise from serving in senior financial roles at leading companies,” said Barder. “Her experience will be invaluable to our company as we continue to grow and innovate. I am confident that Renee’s vision and leadership will help strengthen our financial performance, and I look forward to it.” to work with him to achieve our goals.”
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