West Coast Insurance Wholesaler ECM Appoints Misty Reistad as VP in SF HQ

December 12, 2005

San Francisco, California – ECM Insurance Services, Inc., a San Francisco-based management liability and property & casualty insurance wholesaler, today announced the appointment of Misty Reistad as Vice President in its San Francisco office.

Reistad joins ECM with over 10 years of national and international brokerage and wholesale insurance experience. Most recently, Reistad was Assistant Vice President for a London based wholesale firm where she was responsible for the development of the West Coast Casualty operation. Prior to that, Reistad was Marketing Manager at one of the leading national risk management and brokerage firms where she specialized in construction and large complex and middle market casualty and property risks. As Vice President with ECM, Reistad’s area of specialty will include construction, OL&T/habitational, tough products, marine and hard to place risks both domestically and with Lloyds of London.

“I am confident that Misty will quickly penetrate the West Coast markets in her specialties. With her industry connections and technical skills, we anticipate impressive new business growth for ECM, ” said Patrick Hanley, President of ECM Insurance Services.

About ECM Insurance Services, Inc.
ECM Insurance Services, Inc. is a property & casualty and management liability wholesaler based in San Francisco, Calif., with regional offices in Walnut Creek, Calif., Los Angeles, Sacramento, Rolling Meadows, Ill, and Tampa, Florida. ECM specializes in D&O, E&O, EPL, property & casualty and umbrella coverages. Founded in 1997, the company currently has approximately 50 employees, and is privately held.

For more information, please visit ECM online at www.ecminsurance.com. License Number 0D60776.


For more information regarding this news release, please contact: Ann Mohler
Director of Public Relations
ECM Insurance Services, Inc.
120 Howard St, Suite 220
San Francisco, CA 94105

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