Federated National Holding Company Announces Financial Results Release Date

SUNRISE, Fla., Feb. 27, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Federated National Holding Company (Nasdaq:FNHC), a Florida-based provider of insurance, today announced that it will release its 2012 yearend financial results at 4:00 PM (ET) on Wednesday, March 13, 2013, followed by an investor conference call at 4:30 PM (ET).

The Company's CEO and President, Michael H. Braun, and its CFO, Peter J. Prygelski, III, will discuss the financial results and review the outlook for the Company. Messrs. Braun and Prygelski invite interested parties to participate in the conference call. A live webcast of the call will be available online at http://FedNat.com (in the Conference Calls section). Listeners interested in participating in the Q&A session can access the conference call by dialing toll free 877-303-6913. Participants are advised to join the call at least five minutes in advance. A webcast replay of the conference call will be available shortly after the live webcast is completed and may be accessed via the Company's website.

About the Company

The Company, through its subsidiaries, underwrites homeowners' property and casualty, commercial general liability, commercial residential property, flood, personal automobile, commercial automobile, inland marine, workers' compensation and personal umbrella insurance. The Company is an admitted carrier for these lines in the state of Florida. The Company is also licensed as an admitted carrier in the states of Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana and Texas to offer coverage for more than 300 classes of commercial general liability business, including special events. The Company is approved to operate as a surplus lines/non-admitted carrier in the states of Arkansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, Nevada, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia and offers the same general liability products. The Company is licensed and has the facilities to market and underwrite other insurance carriers' lines of business, as well as to process and adjust claims for third party insurance carriers.

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