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Falvey Insurance Group adds new division

Falvey Insurance Group formed a new Safe Harbor Pollution Insurance division.

Offering insurance in the commercial market, Safe Harbor's global vessel pollution policy provides comprehensive protection for any vessel, owner or operator, Falvey said. Veteran insurance professionals Russ Brown, Tony Gerone and Sean Quinn bring more than 35 years of experience in underwriting marine pollution coverage to the new Long Island-based company.

"The establishment of Safe Harbor Pollution Insurance Co. represents the realization of our longstanding vision to offer an unparalleled level of service to our marketplace," principal Russ Brown said in a statement.

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