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Bonds – Goldleaf Surety Access with PIIAC

As a member of PIIAC, you will have access to Goldleaf Surety Services which is a high-skill, high-service national surety broker specializing in surety bonds and providing professional support to more than 900 insurance agencies around the country that need occasional or regular help placing bonds for their clients.

Goldleaf Surety Benefits & Top Industries

Goldleaf currently works with more than two dozen surety companies, the very best in the business. All of our markets are rated “Excellent” (or better) by A.M. Best, and all are “T-Listed” (approved by the U.S. Department of the Treasury) for bonding federal contracts. Ranging from “standard” to “specialized” surety markets. Bonds are available for all construction trades – all sizes, all subcontractors and artisan contractors, environmental work (including asbestos abatement), subdivision and site improvement work, service contractors, software, IT and technology-related industries and specialty manufacturers

Excellent surety markets for these bonds

24-hour response time on many license bonds required throughout the U.S.

Access to online bond forms and statutes in many states

How do I get access?

To get started with Goldleaf Surety, start quoting through Big “I” Markets.  See resources on how to register and quote with Big “I” Markets below.

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