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Alliant National meets rigorous SSAE 18 Type II standards for the ninth consecutive year.

Alliant National’s Agent Quality Management System Passes 2022 Service Organization Control Exam

The company meets rigorous SSAE 18 Type II standards for the ninth consecutive year.

Alliant National Title Insurance Company, the title insurer that is uniquely responsive to the needs of independent agents, announces that it has successfully completed the Service Organization Control (SOC 1) SSAE 18 Type II examination of its Agent Quality Management System for the ninth consecutive year.

Upon completing the examination, Alliant National received an American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)-endorsed report stating that the company has maintained effective controls over its Agent Quality Management System, the framework it uses to approve and monitor its agents. Alliant National agents are independently reviewed against over 100 rigorous quality standards under this system and are designated as Authorized Service Providers of Alliant National.

“Alliant National was the first title insurance underwriter in the nation to obtain SSAE 16 – which is now SSAE 18 – Type II certified compliant status. It is also the only underwriter to achieve compliance for nine consecutive years,” said David Sinclair, President and CEO of Alliant National.

The SSAE 18 Type II exam also validates the company’s systems for minimizing the risk of insureds’ financial loss with real estate closings. Lenders relying on Alliant National’s oversight procedures gain additional assurances by virtue of the company passing the examination. It firmly establishes that the company’s Quality Management System processes are complete and function at the highest-possible quality.

“This certification provides additional levels of confidence in our agent oversight systems to lenders and stakeholders,” Sinclair said. “Our goal is to provide lenders with strong and unequivocal evidence of our agents’ quality through an independently audited system. By once again achieving this certification, our partners can rest assured that we take these responsibilities seriously.”

A-Lign Certified Public Accountants of Tampa, Fla., conducted the examination and certification. The unqualified satisfactory report, with no findings or exceptions, was issued January 6, 2023, and it covered the full year of 2022.

Alliant National supports its independent agents by combining expert residential and commercial underwriting with a passionate heart for service. The company delivers uncommon help that promotes the wellbeing of agents and the communities they serve.

Visit alliantnational.com for additional information.


Alliant National is on a mission to empower independent agents while protecting property owners with secure title insurance. The company partners with its agents and never competes against them with direct or affiliate operations. Alliant National serves thousands of title professionals as a licensed underwriter in 30 states and the District of Columbia.

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Cathie Beck

Cathie Beck is the founder and president of Capital City Public Relations and an award-winning journalist and published book author with over 25 years of experience.

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