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Amynta Group promotes Shawn Ellis to EVP and CEO of warranty business

9th July 2021 - Author: Katie Baker

Amynta Group has appointed Shawn Ellis as Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of Amynta Warranty.

The Amynta GroupIn Ellis’ new position, he will be responsible for leading its warranty business operating as Warranty Solutions, Warrantech and Guardsman.

Ellis currently serves as the President of Amynta’s subsidiary, PDP Group, providing specialty insurance and title administration solutions to the automotive market.

He joined PDP in 2002 and has served in a variety of leadership roles across operations, process engineering, client engagement and sales.

Ellis served as President of PDP since 2018 and will continue to lead PDP.

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Robert Giammarco, Chairman and CEO of Amynta Group commented: “Shawn has been a driving force in the growth and success of PDP over the last fifteen years, consistently expanding the business with an unyielding focus on our customers and our people.

“Shawn has proven himself as an exceptional leader with the breadth of experience, discipline and focus to build on the success of our warranty business and drive innovation and growth. I am excited about his ability to continue the momentum in our business and drive the business forward.”

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