It offers niche insurance solutions such as athletic insurance for teams/leagues, camps, and tournaments, insurance for entertainment, leisure and sports facilities, event liability and cancellation, prize indemnity, weather insurance, liquor liability and special event liability.
A release said that ESP covered more than 850,000 youth participants in 2021, and that it had over $1.5 billion in insured limits covering special events of all types.
“ESP is on track to become a leading provider of coverage for the sports and entertainment industry,” said SPG president and CEO Christopher Treanor. “They’re a nice complement to our portfolio of specialty companies and fit with our model of acquiring companies with niche expertise and a focus on customer service, including offering online services that make it faster and easier to get insurance coverage.”
“Simply stated we are here to build a winner for SPG. The team at ESP is beyond excited to join SPG and continue to scale both our product offerings, our service team and technological capabilities to clients,” said ESP and SHEL Risk Purchasing Group president Chris Price.
Price added that while ESP was not looking to get acquired, talking with Treanor and the SPG team revealed that SPG “had a vision and a plan for the operation that made it impossible for us not to be part of the family on the go forward,” the president stated.
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