The Capacity Group of Cos. and EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants announced today that they have joined forces.
Mahwah-based The Capacity Group, an insurance brokerage group, operates multiple brands from 15 locations throughout the United States. EPIC Insurance is a retail insurance brokerage and employee benefits consulting firm based in San Francisco.
“The Capacity Group has been delivering strategic guidance and service around the risk management, insurance and benefit consulting needs of our clients for more than 25 years,” Robert Lull, The Capacity Group CEO and president, said in a statement. “We believe the decision to join EPIC will help us deliver an even broader and deeper set of capabilities and added value to our clients, with the same commitment to service delivery excellence that has always been a hallmark of our firm. We are thrilled to join forces with a unique and successful company like EPIC.”
As part of EPIC, the firm will now operate as The Capacity Group – an EPIC Company.
The Capacity Group’s current leadership team will continue to serve in vital roles within the EPIC organization.
“We found a strong cultural partner in The Capacity Group, in an important and highly desirable region where we have wanted to be an even larger partner in the community and see strong opportunities for growth. The Capacity Group, under the leadership of their executive team alongside their impressive team of owner-operators, will add significant value to our clients across the country and create further opportunities for our employees’ long-term growth and career success,” EPIC CEO John Hahn said in a statement.
The addition of The Capacity Group adds more than 280 workers to EPIC brand.
“In addition to the integration and expansion of our respective capabilities, The Capacity Group provides a strong platform in the Northeast to extend our risk management, property casualty insurance, employee benefits consulting, program solutions and private client services to companies across the region and nationally,” Thomas O’Neil, EPIC Northeast region president, said in a statement.