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CNA National Distributed More Than $41M to Dealers in 2017

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — CNA National Warranty Corp. (CNAN) returned more than $41 million to dealers across the United States last year through its various participation programs, bringing its inception-to-date total to more than $452 million.

“This marks the third consecutive year that we have paid out more than $40 million to our dealers,” said CNAN President and CEO Joe Becker. “This level of consistency demonstrates the dependability that our dealers expect and deserve from our retro and reinsurance options.”

With CNAN, dealers can choose the participation program that best meets both their business and individual financial goals. The company offers a retro program as well as reinsurance, including controlled foreign corporation (CFC) and noncontrolled foreign corporation (NCFC) structures.

The company’s NCFC, Palo Verde Holdings, is managed by a board of directors made up of dealer shareholders. Since its inception in 1999, it has accrued more than $273 million in assets.

CNAN reinsures warranties, GAP and tire-and-wheel protection in addition to vehicle service contracts. The company has earned multiple awards as “Best Reinsurance Provider” in Auto Dealer Today’s annual Dealers’ Choice Awards, including first-place honors in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2017.

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