Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty is adding to its roster of local insurance agents with the acquisition of a an agency in its South Florida hometown.
The company announced the acquisition of JEM Insurance Services, Inc. in Boca Raton, Fla. JEM has served South Florida for more than 13 years, offering insurance for auto, home, and personal property.
“We are happy to have the JEM service team join our family and look forward to building upon their great work,” Eric Holtz, Executive Vice President, and Chief Marketing Officer commented.
Bryan Moura Santos has led JEM to become one of Florida’s fastest growing insurance agencies due to their commitment to excellence and dedication to customer care. The acquisition is especially exciting, since it adds to its local insurance agents.
Marshal Seeman, President of Seeman Holtz Property and Casualty, stated, “JEM Insurance Services is another example of a high-quality agency that we look to acquire. It’s even more special because it happened to be around the corner from our corporate offices.”
Seeman and Eric Holtz started Seeman Holtz in 1998 as a pre- and post-retirement planning firm. Since then, the Seeman Holtz family of companies has expanded to include coverage for home, life, auto, boat, private client and business insurance. And it continues to expand through acquisitions of high quality companies around the country. This year has seen the Boca insurance company announce acquisitions in the South, Southwest and Midwest.
With the expansions, Seeman Holtz Property & Casualty has been adding local insurance agents throughout the country.
The company’s recent acquisitions include Xponent Employer Solutions of Scottsdale, Arizona; Fifth Avenue Healthcare Services of Tulsa; Missouri-based Tri-Star of Sikeston, Inc. DBA Self Insurance; the Federal Employee Insurance business of Federal Employee Services, LLC, of Edmond, Oklahoma; and Elton Porter Insurance Agency of Houston; the book of business from Affiliated Insurance Managers, Inc., headquartered in Morgan City, Louisiana.