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FinSecure Announces Company Name Change to Berkley FinSecure

TOWSON, MD -- (Marketwired) -- 04/28/14 -- FinSecure, a W. R. Berkley Company, announced today that it is changing its name to Berkley FinSecure. The name change is part of a re-branding effort that builds on its success in the financial institution insurance market and more closely aligns the Company's positioning with the strength and resources available to it through W. R. Berkley Corporation.

Berkley FinSecure is an insurance provider dedicated to providing customized, comprehensive insurance solutions and outstanding personalized service exclusively to financial institutions. As a member company of W. R. Berkley Corporation, an insurance holding company that is among the largest commercial lines writers in the United States, Berkley FinSecure is able to access the resources and strength generally possessed only by large corporations while providing the focus, expertise and personal service of a smaller specialty organization.

Along with a new logo, the Company has updated its brand positioning statement to describe the Company's successful business philosophy: "Experts focused on your protection. We Deliver." In addition, its newly redesigned website (www.berkleyfinsecure.com) provides comprehensive company and product information and access for insureds and agents to the Company's highly-regarded FinNET™ web-based insurance program management system for lender-placed and foreclosed properties.

"We are very proud of the specialized products and professional, reliable service our customers and distribution partners have come to depend on over the years," Mike Dandini, President of Berkley FinSecure stated. "Most members of our team average more than 20 years of experience focused solely on financial institutions. Combined with the resources and strength of W. R. Berkley Corporation, our expert team delivers superior insurance protection to our customers. This is a very visible indication that Berkley FinSecure is more committed than ever to delivering the best results for our customers and insurance partners."

About Berkley FinSecure

Berkley FinSecure is an insurance provider focused on serving the insurance needs of financial institutions, predominately small to medium-sized banks, savings and loans and credit unions. The company offers bond, management liability coverages and all standard property-casualty lines as well as specialty products catering to mortgage lenders and trust managers. All products are underwritten on an admitted basis on behalf of W. R. Berkley Corporation member insurance companies, which carry A.M. Best and S&P A+ ratings and A.M. Best Financial Size Category XV.

Based in Towson, MD, Berkley FinSecure is a member company of W. R. Berkley Corporation, a Fortune 500 insurance holding company. For more information, please visit www.berkleyfinsecure.com or contact Tonya Lusk at 410-372-6316 or [email protected].

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