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Wholesale & Specialty Insurance | CRC and CRC Swett

Placing You First

CRC and CRC Swett are committed to bringing you more. More service. More value. More expertise in more industries. Placing tough accounts is table stakes for wholesale brokers. We are committed to helping our retail partners win, so we have developed a suite of tools, resources, and solutions to do just that.

Additionally, our combined size and scope allow us to meet the wide range of your insured’s needs and provides a wealth of expertise and experience that empowers you to access better solutions, more often.

Retail Agents

Through one appointment, CRC and CRC Swett offers our retail agent customers access to the industry's broadest range of property, casualty, and professional liability products through open market, MGA and MGU facilities, and exclusive programs.


For our carrier partners, CRC and CRC Swett offer the ability to distribute products through one of the largest wholesale insurance distribution networks in the country. We provide access to more risks, from more sources, to help you write business that fits your appetite.

Featured Content

Avoiding the Two Hit Combo from Action-Over Claims

Action-over claims can result in significant and unexpected liability for business owners, and these claims may not be covered by all commercial general liability (CGL) policies. For insurance professionals and their insureds, not only can an uncovered loss damage relationships, but it also can lead to litigation.

Long Term Care Marketplace: Is Your Insured Prepared?

A variety of factors are impacting the long term care industry, including more than half a dozen venues around the United States known to be plaintiff-friendly attracting more lawsuits against LTC facilities and driving change in the marketplace.

Deciphering Flood: A Familiar and Misunderstood Risk

Among natural disasters, floods are the most common, but from an insurance standpoint, often the least understood. The changing flood insurance market can be just as hard to understand as the peril itself.

Expertise & Resources