Published On: Thu, Feb 6th, 2020

CBIZ acquires Washington, DC based Alliance Insurance Services

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CBIZ has acquired considerably all the assets of Alliance Insurance Services (AIS) based in Washington, DC, for an undisclosed price, as per the latest insurance acquisition news.

Alliance Insurance Services, which has roots dating back to 1986, is an independent insurance agency that serves the DC metro area. The insurance agency offers property and casualty insurance apart from personal lines to small and midsized clients across several industries including charter schools, construction, real estate, and technology.

Alliance Insurance Services has a workforce of nine people and nearly $1.6 million in annual revenue.

Commenting on CBIZ acquisition of Alliance Insurance Services, Jerry Grisko -President and CEO of CBIZ, said: “Coming off another strong year in 2019 for our Property and Casualty Insurance business, the acquisition of AIS adds important talent to our position in the growing DC metro and Maryland markets.

“We are fortunate that AIS shares our commitment to exceptional client service and look forward to welcoming them to CBIZ.”

CBIZ acquisition of Alliance Insurance Services

CBIZ acquisition of Alliance Insurance Services. Photo courtesy of Free-Photos from Pixabay.

Based in Ohio, CBIZ is a provider of financial, insurance and advisory services. The company’s insurance services include property and casualty insurance, employee benefits consulting, and retirement plan consulting.

Alliance Insurance Services’ Ken Daveler, commenting on CBIZ acquisition of Alliance Insurance Services, said: “Joining the CBIZ family is a natural fit because our core value of providing professional service with a personal touch aligns with CBIZ’s approach and culture.

“We are excited to take our clients’ experience to the next level by offering them access to a broader range of services backed by CBIZ’s national expertise.”

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