Seeman Holtz snaps up brokerage firm in California

Seeman Holtz snaps up brokerage firm in California | Insurance Business

Seeman Holtz snaps up brokerage firm in California

Property and casualty (P&C) insurer Seeman Holtz has expanded its footprint in Southern California with the acquisition of Culver City-based insurance brokerage firm Kaercher Campbell & Associates (KC&A).

The acquisition is the latest move in an expansion strategy that targets high-quality independent agencies. Seeman Holtz will use the acquisition to strengthen its position in the Golden State and add depth to existing offices in Chatsworth, Westwood, and Newport Beach.

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Having decades of experience in the Golden State, Kaercher Campbell has grown to become one of California’s leading independent insurance agencies. KC&A offers personal and commercial insurance, from auto and life insurance to retirement plans and disability.

“We were happy to work with… [the KC&A] team to get this deal through quickly and efficiently,” said Marshal Seeman, president of Seeman Holtz. “We are proud to bring in their high-quality staff and client relationships.”

“One of our core strategic visions is to establish a strong presence in a community and continue to build,” added Eric Holtz, executive vice president at Seeman Holtz. “Our SoCal presence is one of the strongest in the country. KC&A is a perfect addition to our family.”

With the acquisition, Seeman Holtz now offers a range of P&C insurance services, including umbrella coverage; commercial, trucking, and marine insurance, professional liability insurance; and medical and malpractice coverage.