USG Insurance Services Hires Florida-Based Morgan

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USG Insurance Services, Inc., a national wholesaler and MGA, has hired Mark Morgan as producer/broker: Property, in Tampa, Fla. Morgan has 19 years of industry experience, most recently serving as director of New Business Development for CAT Program at Community Association Underwriters in Tampa. At USG, Morgan will focus on […]

USG Insurance Services, Inc., a national wholesaler and MGA, has hired Mark Morgan as producer/broker: Property, in Tampa, Fla.

Morgan has 19 years of industry experience, most recently serving as director of New Business Development for CAT Program at Community Association Underwriters in Tampa.

At USG, Morgan will focus on the development of retail agents and brokerage property markets as part of the National Brokerage Property division, specifically specializing in complex CAT driven property accounts.

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This move is the most recent change that USG has implemented in its plan to continue expanding its Brokerage Property team nationally.

USG Holdings, Inc. has six divisions; USG Insurance Services, Inc. a national wholesale/MGA operation with 21 offices writing in all states; BFS: Brokers Financial Services, a premium finance company; BFS Inspections, an inspection company operating in 25+ states; AAU: Allied American Underwriters, a program manager and specialty division offering commercial lines, personal lines, and surety; Into Innovations a full service marketing and advertising for the industry; and Aureate Technology Solutions, an information technology company.

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