Fusion Specialty Americas expands partnership with HDI Global Specialty SE


Fusion Specialty Americas expands partnership with HDI Global Specialty SE | Insurance Business America

It will add further capacity for R&W, tax, and more

Fusion Specialty Americas expands partnership with HDI Global Specialty SE

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Kenneth Araullo

Fusion Specialty has announced the expansion of its global partnership with specialty insurer HDI Global Specialty SE to the Americas, adding further capacity for its representations & warranties (R&W), tax, and contingent liability insurance business.

This expansion strengthens Fusion’s mergers and acquisitions (M&A) insurance capabilities and presence in the region, aligning with the company’s strategic vision for global growth.

David Rogers, Fusion’s executive chairman, highlighted the partnership with HDI Global Specialty SE and how it has evolved.

“Fusion’s partnership with HDI has grown over the years. They have been our partner since we started in Australia, expanded to the UK and the EU last year, and now to the US. The addition of HDI to our Fusion Americas panel of insurers completes the global partnership between HDI and all of Fusion’s hubs,” Rogers said.

Jim Clark (pictured above left), CEO of HDI Global US, also highlighted the significance of the partnership to the company’s growth strategy in the region.

“With Fusion’s expertise and robust SME portfolio, we aim to strengthen our service offerings and diversify our risk exposure, reinforcing our position in transactional risk insurance within the SME and LMM sectors. This collaboration underscores our commitment to innovation and growth, enabling us to act as a preferred partner in transformation for our clients in an evolving market,” Clark said.

Michael Mora (pictured above right), CEO of Fusion Americas, also commented on the firm’s M&A expansion as it adds new products with the A+ rated carrier.

“Expanding our partnership with HDI to Fusion Americas is a testament to our business performance and strong results both in the US and globally,” Mora said.

Mora, recently promoted to CEO of Fusion Americas from managing partner, has worked with HDI across multiple jurisdictions since Fusion’s founding in 2018.

“Fusion’s global capabilities and partnerships set our offerings apart from every other transactional liability MGA in the market. We have a truly global team that provides round-the-clock service and expertise in every jurisdiction in which we operate and distribute Fusion’s transaction insurance products,” Mora said.

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