Accounting and advisory firm Doeren Mayhew announced it has merged with the Michigan-based insurance agency, Wolf-Hulbert Co. LLC, to form a new full-service insurance agency.
Wolf-Hulbert will transition to the newly combined entity name, Doeren Mayhew Insurance Group (DMIG), effective Jan. 1, 2014. Operations for the insurance group will move to Doeren Mayhew’s Troy, Mich., headquarters building in early 2014.
Since its founding in 1884 in Detroit, Wolf-Hulbert has offered a comprehensive suite of property, casualty and life insurance to family-owned businesses and large corporations, as well as personal insurance.
The agency will continue to operate as normal to service its client base. Current managing partners Matt Kunz and John Frye will continue in the same capacity of the new DMIG entity. The agency’s 25 employees will also become DMIG employees.
Also transitioning to the new entity name, DMIG, will be Scrafano & Associates, a Michigan-based life, disability and executive benefits insurance agency. This comes as a result of the strategic alliance Wolf-Hulbert has established with the agency’s managing partner, Chuck Scrafano, over the years.
Doeren Mayhew will now be able to offer clients property, casualty, personal and life/disability insurance through the new entity.
In the near future, Doeren Mayhew plans to round out the insurance group’s offerings by adding medical benefits to its service lineup.
Source: Doeren Mayhew Companies Inc.
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