First Chicago Insurance Company Appoints Mark Bissonette to Vice President Commercial Lines Underwriting – Yahoo Finance

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New Vice President Commercial Lines Underwriting, Mark Bissonette, joins expanding FCIC Commercial lines division.
BEDFORD PARK, Ill., July 26, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — First Chicago Insurance Company' s (FCIC) Commercial division recently appointed Mark Bissonette as the new Vice President Commercial Lines Underwriting. Bissonette joins FCIC from IAT Insurance Group, where he served as Underwriting Director. Bissonette brings with him 35+ years of experience in the insurance industry, eight of those years having been in management. He is an accomplished and highly regarded industry leader with a proven record of success. Amongst his accomplishments, Mark has been able to take start-up or struggling operations/territories, and in a short window of time, achieved significant growth results for carriers of the likes of Crum & Forster, Ironshore, Colony Specialty and IAT. Bissonette is a graduate of Clarkson University where he earned his Bachelor of Science, Management & Marketing degree.
Lisa Cordero, Vice President, Commercial Operations, FCIC commented, "FCIC is a forward-thinking, customer focused insurance provider that has built a commercial auto division which provides creative insurance solutions to help meet our customer's needs. We look forward to the positive impact Mark will have on our team and the growth FCIC Commercial will realize under his direction."
Founded in 1920, FCIC was initially established over 100 years ago out of the unique needs of commercial auto businesses. Back then, business owners were companies that delivered ice to local businesses. Today, even though the FCIC Commercial account landscape has changed, our commitment to competitive, well-written and comprehensive Commercial Auto Insurance and General Liability Programs that meet the unique needs of commercial insurance customers has remained steadfast. Thus far in 2022, FCIC has launched its enhanced Illinois and Indiana Commercial Auto and General Liability Insurance Programs. As the new year progresses, FCIC plans on introducing its Commercial Auto Insurance Program in the other states the company operates.
FCIC policies are sold by professional independent insurance agents serving your local area. For more information about FCIC's Commercial Auto Insurance and General Liability Programs please contact your local independent insurance agent or email
About First Chicago Insurance Company
First Chicago Insurance Company (FCIC) is a member of the Warrior Insurance Network (WIN). FCIC, whose roots trace back to 1920, has evolved into a multi-line insurance carrier, now offering Personal & Commercial Auto, and General Liability in response to the needs of the company's independent producers and customer base. In personal lines, FCIC has further responded to the changing exposures and needs of their independent producers by adding optional insurance coverages such as Contents Plus Renters, Roadside Assistance, and Transportation Network Coverage to enhance their personal lines auto offerings. FCIC currently offers insurance via independent agencies and online throughout Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Wisconsin. FCIC is headquartered in Bedford Park at 6640 S. Cicero Ave., Bedford Park, IL 60638 888-262-8864
About Warrior Insurance Network
Warrior Insurance Network (WIN) entities include First Chicago Insurance Company, United Security Health and Casualty Insurance Company, Texas Ranger MGA and LoneStar MGA. WIN is a marketing organization servicing a select group of insurance carriers and independent insurance agents offering a diverse array of personal auto insurance products and commercial line insurance products. WIN member companies are admitted in the states of Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin. WIN is headquartered at 6640 S. Cicero Avenue, Bedford Park, IL, 60638, 844-281-1605 ext. 4230
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