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27 June 2011
Reporter: Justin Lawson
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Citadel open up Tampa


Citadel Insurance Services, is opening a new regional office in Tampa. Further to this the company has appointed Gary Webb as the director of its southeast region to head up this office.

Webb's responsibilities at Citadel are due to include the design, placement and management of insurance programs, as well as the acquisition of new business. Webb will continue to focus on the needs within Citadel's Energy and Marine, Property, Reinsurance, and high capacity risk programs, where his expertise in the global marketplace is particularly needed and valued.

Prior to becoming Citadel's Southeast Regional Director, Webb owned an international excess broking company as well as held senior level positions at some of the largest and well known brokerage firms in the London marketplace. "We are excited to welcome Gary Webb to Citadel and to his role as Director of the Southeast Region," said Anthony Eardley, Citadel's Managing Partner and a founder of the Company.

"Gary brings more than 25 years of experience in Facultative Reinsurance, Energy and Marine, and High Capacity placements. Gary's knowledge of the risk transfer process is unparalleled and will bring significant value to Citadel's rapidly growing client base in the Southeast Region."

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