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WFG Adds Ciampa-Coyne as New England Area Agency Support Manager
Jul 08, 2015
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WFG National Title Insurance Company has named Margherita Ciampa-Coyne as agency support manager for the New England region of its agency division where she will focus on collaborating with WFG agents, determining their needs in order to strengthen and build the agency relationship. She will also serve as an educational resource for agents, especially with regard to compliance with the CFPB’s regulations and requirements. 

Ciampa-Coyne brings 15 years of experience in the settlement services industry to WFG National Title. She served for seven years as director, Brokers Advantage Division with one of the nation’s largest title underwriters. Before that, she was an agency manager with another large, national underwriter. She also has extensive experience as a real estate paralegal professional. She has also been an instructor in the College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University in Boston, focusing on the role of the paralegal in real estate title transfer and mortgage transactions.

“WFG is the fastest-growing underwriter in the industry in large part because we put an emphasis on collaborating with our independent agents,” said Gene Rebadow, EVP, Agency, Eastern Division for WFG National Title. “Margherita embodies that principle as a strong advocate for her clients and an experienced ally on whom they can lean.”

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