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About Us

Accredited Surety and Casualty Company, Inc. (Accredited), with offices in Orlando, FL and Atlanta, GA is a wholly owned subsidiary of Randall & Quilter Investment Holdings Ltd. (R&Q).

Accredited was originally founded in 1971 as a family owned property and casualty insurer specializing in surety bail.  The company was acquired by R&Q in November 2014 and has since expanded its lines of authority to offer a broad range of insurance solutions for specialty programs, loss portfolio transfers and legacy novations for self-insurers and Risk Retention Groups.

With a proven track record of quality service, trusteeship, stability and integrity, Accredited has been a leader in the bail industry for nearly a half century.  Since the company’s acquisition in 2014, Accredited has sought to capitalize on this important history of success in two key ways: building out its license platform nationally to become a program and surety insurer providing admitted market insurance support on a nationwide basis; and by targeting Loss Portfolio Transfers (LPT) and self-insurance transactions using Accredited’s admitted platform to facilitate transactions.

While continuing to build on our core bail business, R&Q’s ambition for Accredited is to be a leading solution for admitted specialty insurance business across the United States.  The company has the power of R&Q’s significant talent and knowledge located in London, Philadelphia, Bermuda and Malta to support the Accredited team and to underpin its growth and success:

  • Florida domiciled Property and Casualty Insurer
  • Admitted in all 50 states and the District of Columbia
  • AM Best rated A- (Excellent)
  • U.S. Treasury listed

The company’s success is contributed to its long standing relationships with appointed bail agents and business partners.

Todd Campbell, CEO, stresses the value of developing and building upon relationships: “We value a personal, face to face conversation as we develop a particular piece of business and nothing can replace that.”