|By Marketwired .||
|June 27, 2014 09:33 AM EDT||
PORTLAND, ME -- (Marketwired) -- 06/27/14 -- One Source Risk Management and Funding, the fastest growing specialty broker of credit insurance in the U.S., is proud to announce the opening of two new Connecticut offices, located in Stamford and Hartford. Ryan Babeu is vice president of the Stamford office and Eric Voegtle is vice president of the Hartford office.
One Source took advantage of the opportunity to help Northeast clients after seeing the high demand for credit insurance and risk mitigation products in the Connecticut area. The broker has achieved a record-breaking $55+ million in increased coverage for clients over the past year, and continues to expand U.S. and international operations.
Babeu said, "There is a real financial buzz in the Connecticut area, with new and existing businesses evaluating their needs. The opportunity to grow our business while helping others achieve the same goal is motivating and rewarding."
One Source offers a suite of services customized to clients' needs at the best possible pricing. Because of One Source, clients can expand sales and credit lines safely, enter and export to new markets, protect large dollar sales and more.
Mike DeLuca, One Source senior partner and principal said, "One Source is a sought-after expert in credit insurance and risk mitigation products. We work with all carriers to give our clients the solutions that truly fit their needs. Companies appreciate the fact that they have a strong ally in One Source."
Even if a company is insured, One Source will provide a free no-obligation evaluation of the current program and point out the strengths and weaknesses in order to help the company make the most informed business decision.
About One Source Risk Management and Funding
One Source Risk Management and Funding, Inc. was founded in Portland, Maine in 1998. One Source approaches the market from a credit and service perspective in order to make sure clients get the best possible program for their particular need. With unique service capabilities, experts from the Insurance, Banking and Credit fields, and resources of its parent organization, Seafax, Inc., One Source provides clients with unparalleled service levels.
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