US-based specialty insurance brokerage firm Alliant Insurance Services has acquired Washington-based insurance agency Kassa Insurance Services, for an undisclosed sum.


Established in 1985, Kassa provides personal lines and commercial insurance products and services to clients in the Inland Northwest.

The acquired business will be included in Alliant Americas, which was launched in January 2014, in a bid to expand the firm’s operations in the middle market through strategic acquisitions and investments.

Alliant Americas president Sean McConlogue said: "Kassa has a sound reputation for combining exceptional service with an intimate understanding of the Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho markets.

"This partnership reflects our commitment to acquiring regional, likeminded organizations with a proven track record of success serving the Inland Northwest business community."

Kassa offers property, casualty, fleet, management liability, and cyber risk insurance services in the Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho regions, in addition to deploying integrated claims handling systems in the same areas.

In September 2014, Alliant purchased insurance brokerage firm Moloney O’Neill. It offers property and casualty, employee benefits, and life products and services through offices, located in Spokane of Washington and Coeur d’Alene of Idaho.

Alliant provides property and casualty, workers’ compensation, employee benefits, surety, and financial products and services to around 26,000 clients in the US, including public entities, tribal nations, healthcare, energy, law firms, real estate, construction, and other industry groups.

Image: Alliant has acquired Kassa Insurance Services. Photo: courtesy of Stuart Miles/