New Day Underwriting Managers Expands Operations With NJ Headquarters

New Day Underwriting Moves To New HQ In Hamilton, NJ


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The environmental and construction-related liability insurance company has experienced 35 percent growth in revenues and staffing, which prompted the move.

New Day Underwriting Managers Expands Operations With NJ Headquarters

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New Day Underwriting Managers Expands Operations With NJ Headquarters

Posted by Heidi Schwartz

New DayNew Day Underwriting Managers LLC, has expanded operations with the opening of its new corporate headquarters in Hamilton, NJ. The expansion was necessitated by the company’s ongoing growth, which experienced a 35 percent rise in revenues and staffing in the past year.

“These new offices reflect this commitment and our continued efforts to become the premier resource for agents, brokers and their clients in today’s marketplace,” says Jefferey S. Lejfer, CPCU, the company’s President and CEO.

The company’s new headquarters was chosen specifically for its ability to provide a higher quality professional experience for employees and clients, while facilitating additional growth. The office’s separate board, meeting and training rooms will also afford the opportunity to conduct multiple meetings simultaneously with clients, employees, carriers and other corporate partners.

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