About Midlands Management
Midlands Management is a managing general agent, wholesale broker, program administrator, and insurance services provider. The company was founded in 1990 and is based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Latest Midlands Management News
Jun 7, 2022
June 7, 2022 Johnson & Johnson acquired the assets of the wholesale brokerage & binding (WB&B) and managing general underwriting (MGU) units of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma-based Midlands Management Corporation. Midlands is a wholly owned subsidiary of Safety National Casualty Corporation. The parties expect the transaction to close April 29, 2022. Founded in 1990, Midlands’ WB&B and MGU units maintain a primary focus on specialty lines of coverage for both personal and commercial lines of business on an admitted and non-admitted E&S basis. Midlands’ MGU unit acts as an underwriting manager for various insurance companies for which it primarily underwrites ICOA insurance, Texas Non-Subscriber and related insurance products. The WB&B unit distributes admitted and non-admitted general, commercial and personal property and casualty products for small-to-mid sized commercial businesses and individuals. Johnson & Johnson is a fourth generation, family-owned Managing General Agency based in Charleston, South Carolina. Founded in 1930, Johnson & Johnson enjoys a long history of providing superior service and products to Independent Agencies while maintaining its family culture. Johnson & Johnson will add a broad portfolio of first-class products and services to agencies and insureds in Texas and Oklahoma.
Midlands Management Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Midlands Management founded?
Midlands Management was founded in 1990.
Where is Midlands Management's headquarters?
Midlands Management's headquarters is located at 3817 Northwest Expressway, Oklahoma City.
What is Midlands Management's latest funding round?
Midlands Management's latest funding round is Acquired.
Who are the investors of Midlands Management?
Investors of Midlands Management include Safety National Casualty.