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Jessica Hanson











July 16, 2012



PCI Welcomes Dave Snyder to International Advocacy Team


WASHINGTON – The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) today announced that Dave Snyder will join the association as vice president, international policy in the policy development and research department.


“I am pleased to announce that Dave Snyder will join PCI as vice president, international policy in our Washington, D.C. office,” said David A. Sampson, president and CEO of PCI. “Dave is a highly respected policy expert in the property and casualty insurance world.  We welcome him to PCI and know he will make an immediate impact in advancing our mission on behalf of our member companies.”


Previously, Mr. Dave Snyder served as the vice president and associate general counsel of public policy for the American Insurance Association (AIA). His portfolio specialized in international trade, insurance regulatory issues, transportation insurance and legal reform. In addition to his leadership at AIA, Snyder worked for both Nationwide Insurance and State Farm Insurance Company. Prior to these positions, he served the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in a number of legal and legislative roles.


Mr. Snyder is also a local community leader. He has been elected to five terms on the Falls Church City Council and has served as Mayor and Vice Mayor.  In 2010, Dave received the Washington Metropolitan Area's highest award for regional leadership, having chaired transportation and environmental bodies and served on the Emergency Preparedness Council.


Snyder will join PCI’s policy team of international experts including: Robert Gordon, senior vice president of policy development and research; Randi Cigelnik, senior vice president, corporate secretary and general counsel; Steve Broadie, vice president, financial policy; and Jim Olsen, vice president, accounting and investment policy. “Together, this team will be a strong force in promoting and protecting the viability of a competitive private insurance market internationally and at home,” said Sampson.


PCI is composed of more than 1,000 member companies, representing the broadest cross-section of insurers of any national trade association. PCI members write over $180 billion in annual premium, 38.3 percent of the nation’s property casualty insurance. Member companies write 44.3 percent of the U.S. automobile insurance market, 31.6 percent of the homeowners market, 36.3 percent of the commercial property and liability market, and 42.6 percent of the private workers compensation market.