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LRES Names Nick Grant SVP of Sales

Jul 29, 2015
LRES Business Handshake/Credit: Zoonar/Val Thoermer

LRES has announced that Nick Grant has been hired as its new senior vice president of sales. Grant will be responsible for managing LRES’ sales and business development operations, building customer relationships and growing new strategic business relationships with mortgage lenders and servicers.

Grant has held a number of executive-level positions in the insurance industry. Prior to LRES, he oversaw a team at SWBC Insurance Services, an insurance agency in San Antonio, where he was responsible for writing commercial lines, personal lines and REO insurance. During his time at SWBC Insurance Services, the agency experienced a net profit of $8 million. Prior to that, he worked at Timberline Insurance in Austin, Texas, where he was responsible for managing 250 employees, and focused on Lender Placed Insurance and REO needs.

“Nick’s skills, extensive management experience in the insurance industry and focus on Lender Placed Insurance and REO will greatly benefit LRES,” said Roger Beane, CEO of LRES. “We look forward to having him join our team and drive our sales efforts as we continue to grow.”

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