ZUG, Switzerland--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Allied World Assurance Company Holdings, AG (NYSE: AWH) today announced that Scott Carmilani, President and CEO of Allied World, and other members of Allied World’s executive management team, will mark an exciting milestone by ringing the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on Monday, July 25, 2016. The opening bell ceremony commemorates Allied World’s 10th anniversary as a NYSE-listed public company, as the company’s common shares began trading on the NYSE under the symbol “AWH” on July 12, 2006.
Mr. Carmilani said, “Since our initial public offering, our shareholder returns have significantly outperformed the S&P 500 Index and the S&P Property & Casualty Composite. These achievements are a testament to our organization’s culture and broad and deep world-class team, and our consistent focus on delivering top-tier insurance solutions and shareholder value. We are very excited to celebrate our 10th year as a public company, and our history as a global specialty insurer and reinsurer, providing our clients and distribution partners with a meaningful range of products and services and unquestioned financial strength. We look forward to extending our track record of success.”
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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