Timeline

Harbor Group Consulting Acquires Jensen Insurance Solutions

2017

a leading provider of insurance due diligence and risk management services for lenders and equity partners

Harbor launches Harbor Analytics

2015

a new collaborative approach to managing the deal process and risk assessment

Harbor Miami office continues to expand

2013

doubling office space and resources. Harbor creates Construction Practice

Harbor creates new internal risk catastrophic teams

2012

to manage large stand-alone securitizations

HARBOR SIGNIFICANTLY EXPANDS TEAM SPECIALIZING IN GSE INSURANCE REVIEW

2012

Commercial lending market rebounds

2010

Harbor is repurchased from NFP and is in significant growth mode continuing to innovate the market for banks, lenders and financial institutions in writing many of the CMBS 2.0 reps and insurance requirements for all industry classes in a post crises environment

Harbor is consultant on the first commercial financing utilizing the TALF program with the Federal Reserve

2009

Harbor creates in house insurance tracking division signing an agreement with GE Capital

Blackstone acquires Hilton

2008

Bear Stearns hires Harbor as consultant for the lending group on the transaction. Apollo buys Harrah’s in 29 billion deal, JP Morgan hires Harbor as insurance consultant for the transaction. The commercial real estate financial crisis begins shortly thereafter

The Terrorism Risk Program Reauthorization Act of 2007 is passed

2007

which includes the elimination of the Domestic Acts exclusion

Harbor spins off its insurance brokerage operations within NFP

2007

creating NFP Property and Casualty Services with its own management team

Goldman Sachs leads the financing of Equity Office Properties

2007

the largest Real Estate financing transaction ever to occur, Harbor is the lead insurance consultant on the transaction

Harbor acquires Parks and Associates NYC/ Edison NJ

2006

a specialty Real Estate Insurance firm

Harbor acquires Preferred Services Group

2005

more than doubling its brokerage operations. PSG operates as a division of Harbor

Harbor’s parent company NFP goes public on the NYSE

2003

Harbor’s deal volume exceeds 5000 loans per year

The Terrorism Insurance Act is passed by Congress

2002

Harbor is the lead insurance consultant on the financing of the World Trade Center

2001

at the time the largest CMBS transaction ever completed. September 11, 2001 – World Trade Center attacks

Harbor opens a Miami office at 4400 Biscayne Blvd in Midtown

2001

Harbor principals are invited to speak at S&P conference

2000

Harbor sold to an affiliate of Apollo Management

1999

Harbor becomes GMAC’s exclusive insurance consulting firm

1996

entering into a long-term contractual relationship – a relationship that still exists today with its successor company Berkadia