Insurance broker company Liberty announced that Martin Loth had joined the company as an executive board member.
Martin had worked as president and CEO of BB&T service California for 13 years until his retirement in He has more than 35 years of insurance industry experience. Before that, Martin held senior leadership positions at various international brokerage firms and served as a board member at CS University, Northridge’s College of Business and economics, TPC, and volunteers at America’s Southwest.
Martin said that he is very excited to join Liberty’s board. The business model established by Bill and Jerry is compelling, and the culture based on integrity and infusion is outstanding. He added that he is looking forward to leading his experience towards Liberty’s future success.
Previously, Liberty announced the appointment of new vice president producer Valarie Taylor at its office in San Francisco, Calif. She has 16 years of experience in the insurance industry with niche cannabis, community association and real estate. Previously, Taylor has served as a producer and
commercial account manager at McDermott Costa insurance brokers and held a position at the AM WINS crop and commercial coverage insurance agency.
The insurance broker company Liberty is among the fastest-growing privately-held insurance brokers in the United States, which provides entrepreneurial agencies and producer owners with a separate platform to serve the client and create equality value in a rapidly growing organisation with an amazing culture upon its core value of integrity caring excellence kindness teamwork fairness good willing and fun.