• Welcome/About

    The New York City Surety Associaton is a non-profit organization dedicated to informing, educating, and improving the surety industry in the New York City metropolitan area. Our members include surety companies, producers, accountants, attorneys, consultants, and others related to or with an interest in our industry.

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  • Surety 101

    Making the right choice to mitigate and manage risk on construction projects and selecting the most fiscally responsible option to ensure timely project completion are imperative to a successful project – and a sound business.

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  • 2014 Schedule of Events

    Check back for a full list of our upcoming luncheons, golf outings and any other events held by NYCSA.

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  • Join NYCSA Today

    NYCSA members receive email updates on contract interests, enjoy discounted rates for luncheons, annual golf outing and annual holiday party.

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  • News

    See whats going on with New York City Surety Association at our News/Events blog.

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Welcome to our new New York City Surety Association

The New York City Surety Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to informing, educating, and improving the surety industry in the New York City metropolitan area. Our members include surety companies, producers, accountants, attorneys, consultants, and others related to or with an interest in our industry. (read more...)

SIO Awards


2007 - Silver Award

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New York–Bond Guarantee Fund in Executive Budget

One of New York Governor Cuomo’s priorities again this year is assisting small and emerging contractors obtain state construction contracts.  In his State of the State speech and related press reports, the Governor said that New York has not hit its target of using minority and women-owned businesses for 20% […]

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