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Rapidly growing insurance company welcomes new COO

Tim Calvert joins Clearwater-based AmeriLife.

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Courtesy. Tim Calvert has been named COO of Amerilife, a Clearwater-based insurance company.
Courtesy. Tim Calvert has been named COO of Amerilife, a Clearwater-based insurance company.
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CLEARWATER — AmeriLife Group LLC, a marketer and distributor of life and health insurance, as well as retirement solutions, named Tim Calvert COO. 

Calver, according to a press release, comes to Clearwater-based AmeriLife from Boston Consulting Group, where he served as managing director and partner and led the firm’s global life Insurance sector.

“In the past year, we’ve welcomed nine new companies to our AmeriLife family, and that number continues to grow,” AmeriLife CEO Scott Perry states in the release. “We’ve not only expanded our distribution, but also our supporting capabilities, as we strive to bring holistic solutions to meet the needs of pre-retirees and retirees. Tim brings a wealth of knowledge and experience that will help us effectively respond to the changes associated with our continued expansion and growth. His expertise will raise the bar in advancing our operations to support our distribution partners.”

Calvert, the release states, will be responsible for leading back- and middle-office functions, which include the company’s IT group and third-party administrator operations.

“I’m passionate about working with insurance professionals to meet the needs of their clients and I am excited to support AmeriLife’s mission in offering insurance and retirement planning solutions to provide peace of mind and help people live longer, healthier lives,” Calvert states in the release. “AmeriLife is recognized as a powerhouse in the industry, and I’m looking forward to helping the company exceed its strategic growth goals while adhering to its honored mission.”

AmeriLife did around $300 million in sales last year, says Perry, who told the Business Observer the firm is on track to improve that number to $500-$600 million within five years. 


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