Arch’s Surety group provides a broad range of surety products for construction and commercial enterprises.
Arch’s Surety group has the expertise in writing bonds for accounts in various types of industries with diverse capital structures. We are able to respond thoughtfully to the needs of our agents and brokers, providing them with the solutions they need to meet their clients’ requests. Our flexible approach allows us to evaluate each account on its own merits and provide an account-specific solution. With an approach rooted in underwriting discipline, Arch’s Surety group is comprised of experienced and skilled professionals. Our solid financial strength and diverse product lines support our capabilities to write aggregate programs up to $350 million. We strive to make Arch your surety of choice for your contract, commercial and transactional needs.
- Specialists in Contract, Commercial and Transactional Surety.
- Committed to long-term partnerships with our customers.
- Rated “A+” XV by A.M. Best.
- Rated “A+” by Standard & Poor’s.
Arch Insurance Company is licensed to write bonds in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and Canada.
Arch’s Surety group works with agents and brokers specializing in Surety (NASBP, National brokers). Consistent with our appetite we invite agents and brokers to inquire about an appointment with Arch’s Surety group.
Executive Vice President, Surety
Shannon Russell Bowman
Vice President of Underwriting, Commercial Surety Home Office
Senior Vice President, Contract Surety
Senior Vice President, Transactional Surety
Senior Vice President, Surety Claims
Arch’s Surety group consistently delivers value-added underwriting and risk management capabilities using a relationship-based approach.Learn more
Arch’s Contract Surety group is highly committed to the construction market and strives to provide consistent underwriting and innovative solutions to meet its customer’s needs.Learn more
Arch Insurance is a full-service Surety for transactional and accounts/program business focusing on middle market and smaller companies’ bonding needs.Learn more