Josh Ream SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Aug. 19, 2013 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Wholesale Trading Co-Op Insurance Services, LLC (WTCI) announced today that property brokerage veteran Josh Ream has joined the firm as Vice President/Property Broker.

Ream joins WTCI from Willis North America, Inc., where he specialized in the analysis and placement of complex, shared and layered property programs. Prior to his tenure at Willis, Ream held property brokerage positions at Hilb, Rogal and Hobbs Co. and Hobbs Group. Ream has developed a recognized property brokerage expertise in the real estate sector, including REIT’s, hospitality, retail, habitational and builder’s risk.

John Jennings, WTCI’s President and CEO commented, “Josh’s extensive knowledge of the property marketplace matches up perfectly with the principal industry sectors of our key retail members, providing further depth and experience to complement WTCI’s retail-focused, customer service model.”

Ream will be based in WTCI’s Atlanta office, reporting to WTCI’s property team leader and Director, Kenyon Hall.

Josh Ream can be reached at:

Wholesale Trading Co-Op Insurance Services, LLC
3455 Peachtree Road NE, 5th Floor
Atlanta, GA 30326
direct: 404-995-6945
cell: 770-823-7322
fax: 404.869.1895

About Wholesale Trading Co-Op Insurance Services, LLC:

WTCI is an independently operated and managed wholesale brokerage firm that collaborates directly with its retail insurance broker members to develop comprehensive placement strategies to better serve clients. The WTCI model increases transparency between retail brokers and specialty insurance markets, reduces frictional costs, and develops exclusive programs and binding authority facilities for its retail owner members.

WTCI offices are located in San Francisco, New York and Atlanta.

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