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News from Lockton, Burns & Wilcox, The Navigators Management Co., Maguire Agency and more

People & Places

Lynn Finch joined Lockton's Denver, Colo. operation as an account executive with the energy practice, bringing more than 15 years of experience to the role. 

Burns & Wilcox Brokerage hired Joe Gajewski as the new vice president, leading the Burns & Wilcox Brokerage office in Tampa, Fla. Gajewski and his team are responsible for driving innovative solutions throughout the state of Florida and across the country. 

The American Insurance Marketing & Sales Society named two new members to its board of directers. The newest members include Robert Klinger of Klinger & Assocs. and Joyce E. Sigler of Jones & Wenner Insurance Agency.

 

New Programs

The Navigators Managment Co. Inc. enhanced its Real Estate Agents & Brokers Professional Liability product by releasing a new policy form, providing numerous expanded coverages and other enhancements. The product will be offered through partnerships with three distributers, Burns & Wilcox, The McGowan Cos., and RealCare Insurance Marketing Inc.

Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. expanded its water loss protection program to include the services of consulting firm Water Security Solutions.

  

Mergers & Acquisitions 

Maguire Agency and Kelly Agency joined forces to offer Kelly Agency clients access to more insurance carriers and expanded services. 

  

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