Acuity reaches new financial highs

In its 2012 financial statement, Sheboygan-based property and casualty insurance firm Acuity reported that its assets under management reached an all-time high of $2.75 billion and policyholders’ surplus finished the year at a record $1.125 billion.

The company said it increased its written premium by 17.1 percent, double the growth of 2011, and grew its policy count to an all-time high of 255,600 policies written.
 
“With adequately priced, good business on the books, we can grew even more,” said Ben Salzmann, president and chief executive officer.
 
“Today, even though the amount of business coming through the door eclipses anything we’ve seen before, we have the people, technology, and financial stability to handle the influx, and more,” said Wally Waldhart, vice president of sales and communications.

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