RICHFIELD, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--National Interstate Insurance Company (“National Interstate”) made the short list of nominees in the Innovative Use of an ART Structure category for Captive Review’s 2018 U.S. Captive Awards.
The nomination recognizes National Interstate’s TowCap Premier Alternative Risk Transfer (ART) Program, created in October 2017. With the launch of TowCap Premier, the first group ART program for the towing and recovery industry, operators can better control their cost of risk and be confident they are insured by a stable carrier.
“We are proud to be a leading provider of alternative risk transfer solutions to the transportation industry and honored to be recognized by Captive Review,” said Mike Winchell, Director, Specialty Transportation of National Interstate. “With over a dozen group and single-party ART programs, we work continuously with our customers and business partners to address their ever changing insurance needs.”
For more information on National Interstate’s TowCap Premier ART Program, please contact Allison Stevens, Business Development Specialist, Specialty Transportation at 800-929-1500 x5625 or email@example.com.
About National Interstate Corporation
An Insurance Experience Built Around You
National Interstate Insurance Company offers insurance products and services, including alternative risk transfer programs, focused on the transportation industry. We provide insurance solutions that address the unique needs of our customers, which include passenger, moving and storage, and truck transportation companies. National Interstate and its insurance subsidiaries, Vanliner Insurance Company and Triumphe Casualty Company, are rated “A” (Excellent) by A.M. Best Company. Founded in 1989, we are headquartered in Richfield, Ohio with operations in Kapolei, Hawaii and Fenton, Missouri.
National Interstate is a member of Great American Insurance Group. The members of Great American Insurance Group are subsidiaries of American Financial Group, Inc. (AFG). AFG’s common stock is listed and traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol AFG.