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Imprise Financial hires Thomas as account exec

Imprise Financial hires Thomas as account exec

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio — Imprise Financial today welcomed Derek Thomas to the position of account executive where he will be responsible for serving Imprise Financial’s captive insurance clients with an emphasis on enterprise risk programs.

Thomas will focus on helping small and mid-size companies evaluate and establish captive insurance programs.  Such programs allow companies to insure risks that can’t otherwise be insured with a commercial insurance company and retain profit that would otherwise be paid to an outside company, the release explained.

The efficiencies and advantages associated with a captive insurance program help companies manage their risk and plan for their financial future, said Kelly Price, president of Imprise.

“Derek has worked in the insurance and financial services industry over 10 years and we are delighted to welcome him to the Imprise Financial team,” she explained. “His experience with some of the top national insurance carriers includes building successful sales teams, account acquisition, and improving consumer relations.

“Derek holds Series 6 and Series 63 securities licenses and has a passion for developing solutions to help clients manage their risks, while meeting their long-term financial goals,” Price added.

A resident of Avon, Ohio, Derek enjoys spending time with his wife, Melissa, and two daughters, Sydney and Aubrey. He also enjoys sneaking in a round of golf when he gets the chance.

For more information regarding Imprise Financial’s programs, contact Derek Thomas at dthomas@imprise.com or 877.220.0180.

SOURCE: Imprise Financial press release

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