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Amynta Group names John Matesic as Vice President of Surety

22nd January 2021 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Amynta Group announced the appointment of John Matesic as Vice President of Amynta Surety Solutions, its commercial surety division.

The Amynta GroupMatesic will be responsible for underwriting commercial surety opportunities, focused on supporting Amynta’s New England, New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia producer partners.

He joins Amynta from Nationwide, where he managed the commercial surety portfolio for the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region.

Previously, Matesic also served as New York Regional Manager for Commercial Surety at Chubb.

“We are pleased to have John join Amynta Surety Solutions. John is a highly respected and seasoned surety professional that brings a strong client focused approach,” said Frank Campiglia, Senior Vice President of Amynta Surety Solutions.

“John’s addition underscores Amynta’s presence and dedication to the surety market and we look forward to his contributions in the continued growth of our business.”

Matesic  also commented: “I am excited to be joining an industry leading and professional underwriting group. I look forward to contributing to their success by providing our partners thoughtful and well-structured solutions to serve their clients.”

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