How can you get the most out of your bond program for the remainder of 2020? What should contractors focus on now in regards to bonding?In this webinar we will discuss:
- How has COVID-19 impacted surety credit?
- What is important to an underwriter?
- How do they look at your company?
- Balance Sheet
- Income Statement
- Work in Process and Future Backlog
- Economic Impacts
- And more
Even if you can't attend the webinar live, register on this page and we'll send you the recording and presentation slides after the webinar concludes.
Assistant Vice President of Surety & Principal
Pat has been with Hausmann-Johnson Insurance since 2007, and oversees the Surety Department and the Construction Industry Group. He has been in the surety industry for over 27 years, including 13 years with a top 3 national surety underwriting company. He leads with a focus on client relationships. By breaking down risk factors and demonstrating how they will be handled, he is able to help surety clients maximize individual job size. Pat also uses his expertise to help clients maintain a strong bond relationship during times of transition.
Pat has a BA in Business Administration from Marquette University, and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He is his children’s biggest fan and supports them as they compete athletically in high school and college. He enjoys his own athletic pursuits as well, as he is frequently out running or biking on the local trails. Pat also is a ticket holder for the Green Bay Packers and Marquette University basketball and loves spending the day watching games with family and friends.
Dave has been with Hausmann-Johnson since January 2018 as a Surety Consultant in the Construction Service Group. He brings over 20 years of accounting and finance experience in the construction industry. His clients range from small plumbing contractors, to real estate developers and multi-national contractors. Dave focuses on what his clients need and finds solutions to their individual situations or problems. In addition, he serves as Treasurer for Associated Earth Movers, a position he has been elected to by his peers for over 10 years.
Dave graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee with a B.A. in Business Administration - Accounting. He was a Division I scholarship recipient on the swim team and was an Academic All-American. These days, Dave spends his free time with his wife Shannon and their three children Lydia, Weston, and Owen, who he loves to watch participate in sports.