June 19, 2012
Insurance Industry Veteran Hugh Coyle Joins Integro
San Francisco, CA (June 14, 2011) - Insurance brokerage and risk management firm Integro Insurance Brokers today announced the hiring of Hugh Coyle, who joins the firm's San Francisco office as Principal and West Coast Real Estate Development and Construction Practice Leader.
Coyle's specialty focus is in the design, marketing and implementation of consolidated insurance programs (OCIPs and CCIPs, or "Wrap-Ups"). At Integro he will be responsible for all aspects of client production and retention, including program design and marketing, as well as safety & claims consulting services.
Coyle brings 21 years of insurance industry experience to Integro. He has served the insurance brokerage and risk consulting needs of clients in many industries, including construction, real estate, architects and engineers, technology and non-profits. He has placed insurance programs for nearly $4 billion of construction projects, including bridges, tunnels, several high-rise condominiums and prestigious museums in San Francisco. Most recently Coyle served as senior vice president with Willis of California.
"The addition of Hugh strongly positions Integro to become even more active in the various aspects of the construction and real estate development sectors, both public and private, as the California economy recovers," said Michael Korn, Integro's San Francisco operations leader. "We are delighted clients will have the benefit of Hugh's expertise and wise counsel."
A Chartered Property/Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) since 1994, Coyle is active in several industry associations, including the Urban Land Institute, the Real Estate Roundtable and the San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association.
Coyle earned a Bachelor of Science degree in business management and organizational behavior from Fairfield University in Connecticut. He is an inductee in Fairfield's Athletic Hall of Fame for his achievements and contributions to its lacrosse program.
Coyle has served as a volunteer for the Leukemia and American Cancer Societies and is a 25 year member of the Surfrider Foundation, which is dedicated to the protection of local beaches and water.