Published On: Thu, Mar 19th, 2020

Inszone Insurance Services acquires Global Pro Insurance Services

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Inszone Insurance Services, a California-based insurance agency, has acquired Global Pro Insurance Services, which has has been engaged in property and casualty insurance services since the 1990s in the Bay Area.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Global Pro Insurance Services has been serving both individuals and businesses. The deal marks the 12th acquisition for Inszone Insurance Services on the US west coast in line with its strategy to broaden its national presence.

The insurance agency, which provides personal and commercial lines insurance, expects to make and wrap up several major transactions in the upcoming months.

James Choe – President at Global Pro Insurance said: “I am thrilled to have merged Global Pro Insurance with Norm Hudson and the Inszone Insurance Services team. Inszone has mobilized around me with new technology and a support system that I would have never thought possible before. This has been an unbelievably smooth transition and I am looking forward to what the future brings.”

Inszone Insurance Services acquires Global Pro Insurance Services

Inszone Insurance Services acquires Global Pro Insurance Services. Image courtesy of Gerd Altmann from Pixabay.

Following the deal, employees of Global Pro Insurance Services will continue to operate from the company’s existing location in Pleasanton, headed by James Choe.

Norm Hudson – CEO of Inszone Insurance Services said: “We are excited to bring Global Pro Insurance Services into the Inszone Insurance family.

“Becoming a part of Inszone Insurance provides an outstanding opportunity for Global Pro Insurance, allowing the agency to tap into additional resources provided by Inszone’s wider market reach, allowing for more options and faster service.”

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