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ProSight Global, Inc. to Offer Captive Solutions in Partnership with Company Founder

January 28, 2020
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Morristown, N.J.  – January 28, 2020 – ProSight Global, Inc. (PROS) announced today that it will expand its insurance solutions portfolio into the captive insurance market. This strategic decision marks the natural evolution of ProSight’s product offerings and capabilities, all of which are designed with the purpose of providing customers with solutions that address their unique business challenges. ProSight is proud to take this step to support captive customers with their specific risk management and mitigation needs.

“We are excited to add captives to ProSight’s growing list of offerings, again demonstrating our commitment to bringing our customers solutions that they value,” said ProSight CEO Larry Hannon. “Entering the captive market builds upon the principles that ProSight was founded on a decade ago. As our customers seek or require alternative solutions in the current market environment, we will do what we do best—find ways to profitably, cost-effectively, and creatively meet those needs.”

As part of this strategic expansion, ProSight’s founder and former CEO Joe Beneducci will be stepping down from his current role as Executive Chairman, effective February 1, 2020, to form an independent agency, Altruis Group, LLC. Following Mr. Beneducci’s departure from ProSight, Altruis Group will become a ProSight distribution partner in new customer niches where the company supports captives, and ProSight will become the agency’s first carrier partner.

“On behalf of everyone at ProSight, I’d like to thank Joe for everything he has done over the last decade for our company and our employees. I believe that the energy, dedication, and commitment he demonstrated in founding ProSight will once again result in great success at Altruis,” said Hannon. “I am confident that his unique understanding of our commitment to customers and innovative approach to creating valued solutions will result in a significant and profitable ProSight–Altruis partnership for years to come.”

ProSight is also pleased to announce that current lead director of the Board, Steven Carlsen, PhD, has been appointed to the role of Chair. Mr. Carlsen has been a member of ProSight’s Board for nine years and is President of Shadowbrook Advising. He is an industry veteran with nearly four decades of experience. Throughout his career, Mr. Carlsen has founded multiple insurance entities, and has held leadership roles at organizations such as CAT Limited, Endurance Specialty Holdings, and Orchid Underwriters Agency.

“It’s a privilege to congratulate Steve as our new Board Chair. His deep understanding of our niche-focused strategy will be key to our continued long-term success. I very much look forward to continuing our work together to create value for our shareholders, employees, customers, and distribution partners,” said Hannon.

About ProSight Specialty Insurance
ProSight Specialty Insurance is an innovative property and casualty insurance company that helps customers solve their unique business problems. Focusing on select niche industries, ProSight deploys differentiated underwriting and claims expertise and then works exclusively with specialized distributors to deliver value. ProSight is fueled by a cultural desire to succeed at uncommon challenges, making the business performance of its customers a top priority. The underwriting members of the ProSight Specialty Insurance (ProSight) group, New York Marine and General Insurance Company, Southwest Marine and General Insurance Company, and Gotham Insurance Company, are rated “A-” (Excellent) by A.M. Best. Based in Morristown, NJ, ProSight has regional offices in Los Angeles, CA, Petaluma, CA, Alpharetta, GA, Fort Lauderdale, FL and New York, NY. More information about ProSight and its member insurers can be found at

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