February 09 / News
As 2019 came to a close, Congress passed a massive spending bill that included an extension of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) until September 30, 2020. This extension avoided a program lapse and creates a nine-month legislative window for Congress to consider program reforms. Despite a media narrative of “Washington gridlock,” the upcoming year...
January 22 / News
Storms, snow, ice accumulation, bitter cold temperatures…severe winter weather often produces prime conditions that can lead to winter flooding. The entire US has potential for winter flooding—even places where it is historically not an issue. Read more about winter and spring weather conditions that are capable of unleashing flood-producing moisture. Atmospheric River (AR) This is... Read the entire article.
August 08 / Press Release
Collaboration eliminates manual processes and reduces administrative overhead by streamlining the claims workflow Kitchener, ON, Canada and Kalispell, MT; August 7, 2018 – Encircle, a leading provider of real-time documentation, collaboration, and field productivity software for the property and casualty insurance industry, and Torrent Technologies, a Marsh company and a servicing agent for Write Your... Read the entire article.
September 10 / Press Release
New York, September 10, 2015 – Torrent Technologies, Inc., a Marsh company, in coordination with Torrent’s Write-Your-Own (WYO) carriers participating in the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), announce today the availability of a new excess flood insurance solution that combines broad coverage with real-time quoting and binding functionality. Underwritten by Lloyd’s of London coverholder DUAL... Read the entire article.
December 07 / News
National Insurance Company Marsh USA has Purchased Torrent Technologies, a Kalispell-based Flood Insurance Business
By BRIANNA LOPER/The Daily Inter Lake The acquisition, which was completed last month, brings Torrent’s 100 employees under the Marsh umbrella. However, Travis Pine, founder and former chief executive office of Torrent, said those jobs will stay local, regardless of the national nature of the now-owners. “The company will stay Kalispell-based,” Pine said during a... Read the entire article.