HUB Carolinas Insurance Brokerage Announces Tim Smith as New Chief Sales Officer

Tim Smith, recently named Chief Sales Officer for the Carolinas region.

January 23, 2019 (Columbia, S.C.) – HUB Carolinas, a region of HUB International, the sixth largest insurance brokerage in the world, recently announced the naming of Tim Smith as Chief Sales Officer for the Carolinas region.
Prior to joining HUB Carolinas, Smith served as the Regional Vice President of Business Development for Wells Fargo Insurance Services. He has more than 15 years’ experience in the insurance, finance and commercial banking industries.
“HUB Carolinas is on an aggressive growth track and is excited to have Tim as our new Chief Sales Officer,” said Tommy Suggs, President and CEO of HUB Carolinas. “His role is crucial to our continued success, and all of us look forward to his leadership.”
Smith holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Georgia.
Smith is a Certified Insurance Counselor, an Associate in Risk Management, and an Accredited Advisor of Insurance. He is the co-founder of I’m Aware, Inc., a nonprofit organization that brings attention to global injustices, such as human trafficking.
About HUB International
HUB is the sixth largest insurance, benefits and risk services broker in the world, headquartered in Chicago, IL. Offering a broad menu of property and casualty insurance, employee benefits and personal lines, as well as investment and risk management products and services, HUB also brings unmatched global capabilities to international clients.
HUB Carolinas is a region composed of North and South Carolina, and headquartered in Columbia. Offices are located in Bluffton, Charleston, Columbia, Greenville, Hilton Head Island and Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; and Burlington, Charlotte, Greensboro and Raleigh, North Carolina.
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