Hull & Company Restructures Calif. Offices

November 29, 2001

Hull & Company, one of the nation’s largest wholesale brokers and MGAs, announced it would be implementing several action steps, including the merger of its San Diego office into its Newport Beach locale.

The focus is on improved service, accessibility, talent depth, and market development for California agents and brokers, according to Chris Hull, vice president of business development.

Eighteen employees will man the Newport Beach office, with the benefits of the move including more markets, more products, more people to work on the business, the veteran leadership of Ron Young, and direct executive level leadership from Bob McGrew, SVP, who is working on market / product development for California.

According to Chris Hull, the improvement of processes includes a complete top-down review of every stage of how the company processes accounts, implementation of the latest software and technology, and improved communications with its companies and customers.

“California is a dynamic marketplace in which we have had a presence since 1969,” stated Chairman and CEO Richard Hull. “Our company is more committed than ever to being a premier provider of surplus lines products to agents and brokers throughout the state.”

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