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EPIC Insurance Brokers adds Scott Weiss to Risk Management Practice

3rd December 2019 - Author: Matt Sheehan

EPIC Insurance Brokers and Consultants, a retail property and casualty insurance brokerage and employee benefits consultant, has announced that Scott Weiss will join its Risk Management Practice as a Principal.

Going forward, Weiss will be responsible for new business development and the design, placement and management of property and casualty insurance programs, providing risk management strategies and solutions for mid-market and large clients.

He brings more than 27 years of experience to EPIC, and has a background in leading regional teams in the design of complex risk management programs in real estate, food systems, manufacturing, wholesale and consumer products.

In addition to his work in these industries, he has focused on mergers & acquisitions due diligence.

Weiss comes to EPIC from USI Insurance Services and previously held positions with Marsh, Aon, Willis and AJ Gallagher.

In his new role, Weiss will be based in Concord, California and report to Curt Perata, Regional President.

“We are excited to continue the growth of our Risk Management operations in California,” Perata. “Scott’s broad industry knowledge and risk management experience will add to our already strong Risk Management Practice. I could not be more excited to have Scott join the team.”

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