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Glenn Matias

VP and National Practice Leader

Glenn has management responsibility for the Workers’ Compensation Division of U.S. Risk..  In his role, Glenn is responsible for managing and expanding the WC Wholesale Brokerage operations and developing and managing WC Programs – underwriting authorities in underserved niche markets. …More Details
U.S. Risk -SarasotaU.S. Risk Workers Compensation Office Address 20 Park Plaza, Suite 455 Boston MA 02116 Work Phone: 617.948.2155 Cell Phone: 617.733.9613

Glenn has management responsibility for the Workers’ Compensation Division of U.S. Risk..  In his role, Glenn is responsible for managing and expanding the WC Wholesale Brokerage operations and developing and managing WC Programs – underwriting authorities in underserved niche markets.  Glenn joined U.S. Risk in 2015 with over 25 years of technical and managerial experience in the insurance industry and had founded Matias Underwriters in 2008.  Operating in both the insurance and reinsurance arenas, Glenn has held executive positions at AmTrust North America an AmTrust Financial Services company; and, LDG Reinsurance Underwriters a reinsurance MGU managing facilities on behalf of Life, Accident & Health and Property & Casualty Pools, as well as Lloyd’s Binders.  After earning his Bachelor of Arts with a degree in Economics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Glenn started his insurance career with Liberty Mutual as a multi-line, commercial underwriter and held various positions including Chief Underwriter, Supervisor of Residual Markets, and Manager of Business Policy & Audit Production. Glenn will manage the Boston, Dallas, Houston and Sarasota Workers’ Compensation Divisions which have the ability to write both Primary and Excess Workers’ Compensation for an expanded number of classes with competitive rates in all 50 states.