Josh is a passionate insurance sales leader and entrepreneur with a track record of business building. He began his career at Hudson Insurance Group, a New York based Fairfax company, holding the title of Senior Underwriter and overseeing the Midwestern E&S property portfolio. He was the lead underwriter on numerous Fortune 100 companies and global REITs, with individual accounts exceeding over $25 million GWP annually. In 2017, he co-founded of the Vancouver based insurtech, Insura Solutions, a commercial lines underwriting automation solution, and held the title of CEO when they were acquired by APOLLO in June 2019. Most recently, he was a finalist at the Insurance Business Canada Awards for 2020’s Business Development Manager of the Year and held the position of Vice President, Partnerships at APOLLO insurance. Recent achievements include co-founding their retail distribution channel, which acquired over 15,000 new policyholders in the first 12 months of operation. Josh holds a Bachelor of Science with Distinction from the University of British Columbia.
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