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WFG National Title Insurance Names New SVP, Regional Manager for Florida Agency Operations

handshake-elevenWFG National Title Insurance Co., recently appointed Morton “Mo” Manassaram as SVP and Regional Manager for the agency’s Florida operations.

WFG is a national title insurance underwriting company and title insurance and real estate settlement services provider.

Manassaram joins WFG National Title with more than 20 years' experience, most recently serving the firm as VP and manager of the National Agency Support Services. He previously held roles as VP of corporate performance for the firm’s agency division and VP and controller of the southeast region.

“I have always worked to make it easier for agents to do business with my team,” said Manassaram. “WFG’s long-standing mission to communicate, collaborate and coexist is a perfect fit, and I look forward to working with WFG’s agents.”

Gene Rebadow, EVP, Agency, Eastern Division, also commented on Manassaram’s role at the expanding company. “Mo has tremendous experience and success supporting title agents on a national scale, as well as implementing best-in-class risk management resources. He will be an outstanding resource for our agents in helping them grow their businesses,” Rebadow said.

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