Argo Group International Holdings, Ltd. (NASDAQ: AGII), an international underwriter of specialty insurance and reinsurance products, today released its digital 2015 Annual Report available at This year's report highlights the company's strong performance and continued evolution as an innovative leader in the industry.

In his letter to shareholders, Argo President and CEO Mark E. Watson, III discusses wide-scale changes to systems and processes, strengthening the team, technology innovation and other advancements made over the past year in fulfillment of Argo's fundamental tenets of being "fast, smart and eager."

"This year, we began simplifying how we do business," Watson writes. "We also continued to make the sweeping improvements that allow us to work leaner, smarter and more profitably. We believe these changes will put a team in place with better tools than ever before."

In addition to updates on each of Argo's lines of business - Excess & Surplus, Commercial Specialty, International Specialty, and Syndicate 1200 - the report celebrates Argo's clients with four profiles. These give specific insight into how Argo collaborates with a wide variety of businesses around the world to help build their success, and they demonstrate the company's 2015 commitment to innovation, customers, and developing enhanced solutions.

"Our purpose all along has been to help businesses stay in business," writes Watson. "We do that by mitigating risks inherent in what they do."

About Argo Group International Holdings, Ltd.

Argo Group International Holdings, Ltd. (NASDAQ: AGII) is an international underwriter of specialty insurance and reinsurance products in the property and casualty market. Argo Group offers a full line of products and services designed to meet the unique coverage and claims handling needs of businesses in four primary segments: Excess & Surplus Lines, Commercial Specialty, International Specialty and Syndicate 1200. Argo Group's insurance subsidiaries are A. M. Best-rated 'A' (Excellent) (fourth highest rating out of 16 rating classifications) with a stable outlook, and Argo's U.S. insurance subsidiaries are Standard and Poor's-rated 'A-' (Strong) with a stable outlook. More information on Argo Group and its subsidiaries is available at

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