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We are excited to announce the opening of ARC Excess & Surplus of Massachusetts LLC (“ARC MA”), the newest branch of ARC Excess & Surplus, LLC (“ARC”). ARC MA, located in Framingham, MA is a wholesale insurance brokerage specializing in Cyber, Privacy, Technology and Professional Liability. The office is led by Chas Bellingrath, ARC’s National […]
ARC Excess & Surplus, LLC is pleased to announce the addition of Colleen Waldeck, who has joined the New York, Jericho office. Colleen graduated cum laude from Farmingdale State University, acquiring a B.S. Degree in Business Management. While still in college Colleen began her insurance career as an intern at CBS Coverage Group. During the […]
You’re working diligently to reach your deadline, just a little while longer before your project is completed, when all of a sudden; a command prompt takes over your monitor. You are now denied access to your system.
ARC Excess & Surplus, LLC is pleased to announce the addition of Ryan T. Ascenzo, RPLU to the ARC team. Ryan will be working with all ARC offices in the further development of our business. Ryan comes to us from Chubb and will be working with both the NY and CT brokering staffs. We welcome […]
Thirty years ago, Al Salvatico, Rich Fierstein, and Chris Cavallaro embarked on a mission to become the largest independent wholesale brokerage firm in the country, specializing in Professional Liability. On the 30th anniversary of ARC, that vision is a reality. In addition to their success to date, the business has expanded into standard P&C lines […]
ARC Excess & Surplus, LLC offers insurance designed to defend your business against a new menace: the Patent Troll. Whether or not your business is heavily invested in patents of your own, you could find yourself the target of a Patent Troll – entities whose business model is built and based solely on suing for […]
ARC Excess & Surplus, L.L.C. understands Cyber Coverage, Data Privacy and Network Security are all critical to any business today. If you look at the recent cyber breaches in companies such as Sony, which exposed comments from management, and Ashley Madison, which exposed the names of their users and forced the CEO to resign, you […]