Marc Schmittlein and LoriAnn Lowery-Biggers have been reelected to the board of directors of CopperPoint Mutual Insurance Holding Company, according to a statement from super-regional commercial insurer CopperPoint Insurance Companies, situated in the western United States. Additionally, the corporation declared the appointment of Michael Mathias and Marita Zuraitis to the board for initial periods.
While Mathias and Zuraitis will have one-year terms, Lowery-Biggers and Schmittlein will each have three-year mandates. The voting was managed by Survey & Ballot Systems, a neutral election administrator.
Ken Kirk, board chair, remarked that “this potent combination of talent, along with our current board leadership, provides a refreshing perspective and even better capabilities supporting our dynamically growing organisation.”
Workers’ compensation and business property-casualty insurance are both services offered by CopperPoint, which was established in 1925. With assets over $5.1 billion, CopperPoint operates throughout 26 states. There is roughly $1.6 billion in enterprise excess at the company.