Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. Elects George De Heer as Chief Financial Officer; James Lynch Named Director of Financial Analysis
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL–(Marketwire – October 4, 2010) – Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. (the Company or Universal) (
“George has been a valuable member of our finance and accounting team for four years and is well-positioned to assume his expanded duties as CFO,” said Brad Meier, Universal’s chief executive officer. “At the same time, we are grateful for Jim’s many years of service as we have grown Universal’s business and are especially pleased that he will continue with us in his new capacity.”
About Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc.
Universal Insurance Holdings, Inc. is a vertically integrated insurance holding company, which through its subsidiaries, covers substantially all aspects of insurance underwriting, distribution, claims processing and exposure management. Universal Property & Casualty Insurance Company (UPCIC), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company, is one of the five leading writers of homeowners’ insurance in Florida and is now fully licensed and has commenced its operations in Hawaii, North Carolina and South Carolina. For additional information on the Company, please visit our investor relations website at www.universalinsuranceholdings.com.
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