Mich. North Pointe Adds New Vice President, Chief Actuary

December 6, 2006

North Pointe Holdings Corp. announced that Paul B. Deemer has been promoted to the newly-created position of vice president and chief actuary. Deemer will be responsible for planning and directing actuarial services for North Pointe’s specialty insurance coverages.

“Paul has been a key addition to North Pointe,” said James G. Petcoff, chief executive officer. “In addition to maintaining our consistent reserve practices, we rely heavily on our actuarial staff when reviewing potential new opportunities, and supporting our underwriting rates. Paul’s expertise and knowledge will help us expand and enhance our capabilities to support future growth.”

Deemer, 32, joined North Pointe in March of this year. Prior to joining North Pointe he was employed at ACUITY where he developed underwriting, profitability and financial pricing models within the property and casualty market. Prior to that, he worked at Amerisure Insurance Cos., where he was in charge of maintaining the company’s overall reserve position.

North Pointe is a property and casualty insurance holding company whose subsidiaries market both specialty commercial and personal insurance products. With a focus on owner-operated businesses, the company identifies itself as the nation’s largest insurer of independent bowling centers and the largest insurer of liquor liability insurance in Michigan.

Source: North Pointe Holdings Corp.

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