Reitzner Named Executive Vice President of Property & Casualty at M3 | M3 Insurance

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Reitzner Named Executive Vice President of Property & Casualty at M3

Brad Reitzner has been promoted to executive vice president of property & casualty and a member of the executive operating committee at M3 Insurance, effective May 1, 2021. In this role, he will oversee M3’s property & casualty division, including long-term planning, new business development, talent recruitment and development, sales performance, carrier relations, and strategic partnerships.

Reitzner joined M3 as an account executive in October of 2013, and has successfully served in a variety of sales and leadership roles since that time, including M3’s director of manufacturing & distribution and P&C captives practice groups. He was named director of property & casualty in 2018, partner in 2019, and vice president of property & casualty in 2020.

I look forward to continuing the long tradition of strong leadership and growth within property & casualty at M3. Being part of M3’s culture and learning from some of the best in the business makes me extremely optimistic about our future.

— Brad Reitzner
Executive Vice President of Property & Casualty | M3

Reitzner currently serves as a board member for TechAssure, Mound City Bank, UW-Platteville Alumni Association, and a member of the Finance & Insurance cabinet for United Way.

M3’s evolving leadership structure represents continued agency growth and a commitment to building a strong infrastructure from which to serve M3’s clients while remaining independent and privately owned.


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