Alliant Hires New Jersey-Based Blazier to Further Eastern U.S. Growth

December 13, 2017

Alliant’s ongoing growth campaign in the Eastern U.S. is continuing with the addition of Senior Vice President Devin E. Blazier.

The New Jersey-based industry veteran has joined the company’s Alliant Americas division with technical expertise in professional liability, group captives, workers’ compensation, loss control and complex inland marine programs.

In his new role, Blazier will work to grow the company’s presence in a range of industry segments and provide product knowledge to its growing team in the Eastern region, said Bob Bennetsen, executive vice president and senior managing director of Alliant Americas, in a company press release.

Blazier joins Alliant with experience providing risk and insurance services to clients across a range of industries, including not-for-profit, higher education, retail, engineering, manufacturing, transportation and healthcare. With 28 years of industry experience, Blazier has the ability to combine energy, innovation and service to deliver products and services that strengthen his clients’ bottom line, according to the release.

Prior to joining Alliant, Blazier was senior vice president within the New Jersey office of a national insurance and financial services organization, where he serviced a large regional client portfolio as a relationship manager and primary point of contact.

Alliant Americas provides midsized businesses with targeted insurance, risk management and consulting services. As a middle-market platform with offices throughout the U.S., Alliant Americas delivers a range of products and services that are regionally focused.

Headquartered in Newport Beach, Calif., Alliant Insurance Services Inc. provides property and casualty, workers’ compensation, employee benefits, surety and financial products and services to clients nationwide, including public entities, tribal nations, healthcare, energy, law firms, real estate, construction and other industry groups.

Source: Alliant

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