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From the President, CEO

By Jim Roe CPCU, ASLI

I am often asked “What value is a wholesale broker?”

A recent study of wholesale value, conducted by independent research firm Conning, Inc., for the National Association of Professional Surplus Lines Offices (NAPSLO), confirmed that wholesale assistance produces no additional transaction cost for your customer.

According to the leaders of NAPSLO, the most successful transactions happen when wholesale brokers and retailers work together to customize solutions for clients.

If you’ve noticed our newest ad campaign, you’ll see that our new tagline underscores this message. It is “Let us help you find the right solutions.”

Which leads me to how we perceive our value. It is collaborative and consultative. We are the first line of availability for emerging risk coverages as the market evolves. Being on that leading edge of supply, we will continue to keep our independent agent customers informed about emerging coverages we can offer. 

After all, it is the right thing to do for a third-generation family-owned company with values close to your own. Together we can help you do the best job taking care of your customers without increasing their cost.

And that’s a win for all of us.

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2016 product guide

Interactive Product Guide

Our 16-page product guide features every department including markets and coverages. It has links to more information including online rating and our staff directory.

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susan posha memorial

Remembering Susan Posha

It is with heavy hearts that we
inform you of the passing of our
friend and colleague, Susan Posha.


Susan Posha CIC, CPIW, joined
Arlington/Roe in 2002. She served
as a vice president and specialized
in medical malpractice, standard
commercial lines and small
business.


She will be missed by so many for
so many reasons.

Read our tribute to Susan Here