Alan Pcsolyar, Senior Vice President, Keystone Risk Partners, LLC. Since joining Keystone Risk Partners in 2006, Alan has applied a thorough knowledge of insurance company operations, supported by extensive experience in alternative market structures, to the construction of programs built to meet a particular client’s objectives.
In 2004, Alan helped create Program Placement Consultants to bring solutions to smaller P&C Program Administrators who’d witnessed a steady erosion of market options in the post-9/11 era. Prior to founding PPC, Alan was Senior Vice President with Legion Insurance Company, a Mutual Risk Management (MRM) subsidiary in Philadelphia. During Legion’s rehabilitation and liquidation, he managed external communications for policy and premium issues and provided underwriting support and analysis for arbitrations, litigation and program managers. Prior operating functions included management of the relationships between Legion and its program sponsors; the formation of the “Execution Team” responsible for ongoing program development and management; and providing technical consulting to the sales force as its emphasis on program business expanded.
From 1990 until shortly following its acquisition by MRM in 1996, Alan was a co-founder and President of Prowriter, a start-up division of Professional Underwriters Corporation (PUC) in Wayne, PA where he was responsible for the development and management of program business. Alan had joined PUC in 1983 as a founding partner and Team Leader, managing the production-underwriting process of a heterogeneous, commercial property and casualty agency captive on behalf of Crum & Forster, Orion, Zurich-American, and Royal Insurance.
Alan began his career in 1973 with Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association Insurance Company (PMA) in Philadelphia, PA as an underwriter. He held several positions prior to becoming Director of Product Development in 1980.
Alan has an MBA in Organization & Management from Temple University, Philadelphia and a B.S. in Mathematics from Pennsylvania State University. He was a Director of the Insurance Society of Philadelphia from 1997-99.