Seeman Holtz explains its latest acquisition

Seeman Holtz explains its latest acquisition

Seeman Holtz explains its latest acquisition South Florida-based Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty is continuing its strong acquisition growth with its 22nd broker acquisition of 2017.

The Boca Raton-headquartered brokerage announced the acquisition of brokerage Check Out Insurance on Friday.

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Check Out, based out of Dallas, TX, has been offering “the best protection with the best service at the best prices in the Dallas/Fort Worth area”, according to Seeman Holtz. The operations will be folded into another Seeman Holtz company, Primera Capital.

Marshal Seeman, president of Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty said: “The addition of Check Out Insurance not only gives us a number of additional offices but also a model to rapidly expand organically.”

Brett Williams, vice president added: “We intend to expand on the existing Check Out model which will allow us to quickly grow our regional capabilities without a heavy operational expense.”

The company was looking to further expand in 2018, both through further acquisitions, and by melding the companies in the books with one another, Seeman said.

“As far as the Seeman Holtz business … we have a pretty large pipeline – and we’re really about integrating some of these different niches that we’re acquiring with each other … to work with each other on cross-selling opportunities as well.”

The company is backed financially by a strategic partner, Hudson Structured Capital Management, based out of Bermuda.

Seeman Holtz offers: private client, homeowner’s policy, automobile insurance, renter’s policy, umbrella coverage, commercial and employee, and personal liability coverage.

The acquisition of Check Out, and its intended merger within the Primera brand, is solely centered in Texas.

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