Merger of Delos Insurance Company with Southwest Insurance Partners

We represented Delos Insurance Company, a New York-based specialty insurance company, in its merger with Southwest Insurance Partners, Inc. (SWIP). Delos was formed by a private equity consortium led by Lightyear Capital. The combined group has more than $1 billion in total assets, more than $625 million in investment assets and more than $250 million in shareholders’ equity. The combined company has been renamed Houston International Insurance Group (HIIG) and is based in Houston, Texas. Lightyear Capital continues its ownership interest in HIIG.

This experience gained prior to joining Bass, Berry & Sims PLC.

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