Alliant Insurance Services, the nation’s largest specialty insurance brokerage firm, has announced that Nancy Arky has joined the company’s Tribal First group as casualty underwriting manager.

She will oversee Tribal First’s casualty underwriting department, including the management of staff, coordination of sales distribution, and establishment of underwriting strategies. Arky will play an integral role in facilitating Tribal First’s continued growth and innovation as Native America’s largest provider of insurance solutions.

"Nancy brings extensive property and casualty experience coupled with an in-depth knowledge of the tribal insurance marketplace," said Sean McConlogue, President of Tribal First.

"Her strength in management, marketing, sales, and carrier relations will be essential to enhancing Tribal First’s best-in-class service capabilities across our growing network of co-broker partnerships."

The veteran underwriter has extensive experience in program design and implementation and has consistently exceeded goals for portfolio growth and profitability.

Prior to joining Alliant, she was Senior Vice President of Underwriting for a Denver-based insurance provider where she led a team of underwriters, oversaw the implementation of high-level service standards, and implemented procedures to meet internal and external compliance objectives.

Arky received her bachelor’s degree in marketing and management from the University of Iowa and has completed continuing education courses in leadership and sales and holds a GE Green Belt Certification. She will be located in the Denver office of Alliant.

Headquartered in Newport Beach, Alliant Insurance Services is one of the largest insurance brokerage firms in the US and has a history dating back to 1925.

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