Published On: Mon, May 3rd, 2021

Amwins to acquire equine and canine insurance provider Equisure

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, a US-based distributor of specialty insurance products and services, has agreed to acquire Equisure, which is engaged in providing insurance for equine and canine risks, for an undisclosed price.

Based in , Colorado, Equisure was established more than 30 years ago for fulfilling the insurance void in the equestrian industry. In 1994, the company expanded its services to include insurance coverage for national dog clubs such as the American Kennel Club.

Equisure caters to clubs and organizations with a range of general liability, professional liability, and directors and officer’s liability. It also offers horse mortality/major medical, and also crime and additional coverage that are tailored to address the unique requirements of horse and dog enthusiasts.

Amwins to acquire equine and canine insurance provider Equisure

to acquire equine and canine insurance provider Equisure. Photo courtesy of Wolfgang Claussen from Pixabay.

Diane Lesher – President of Equisure said: “We are proud of the program we have built over the past 30 years and are excited to start this next chapter as part of the Amwins family.

“This relationship will help expand our reach and share our passion with more customers and markets.”

Amwins said that the deal will further position as one of the largest and most diversified specialty distribution companies in the industry.

Scott M. Purviance – CEO of Amwins said: “The addition of Equisure will extend our Underwriting division’s capabilities to a new, highly specialized segment of the market.

“We are excited to partner with such a long-standing, well-respected program and look forward to working with Diane and her team to deliver equine and canine insurance solutions to our clients.”

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