Woodruff-Sawyer names CEO to succeed RossonReprints
Woodruff-Sawyer & Co. on Monday said Andy Barrengos will become CEO on Nov. 30.
Mr. Barrengos is currently senior vice president, director and partner at the San Francisco-based broker, Woodruff-Sawyer said in a statement. He will replace CEO Charlie Rosson, who announced his departure in September, according to a statement at the time.
“We believe that Andy is the ideal CEO to lead Woodruff-Sawyer forward,” Woodruff-Sawyer Chairman Stan Loar said in a statement. “He is a proven executive with deep industry experience, a passion for client service and superlative management skills.”
Woodruff-Sawyer is ranked 42 in the 2016 Business Insurance ranking of largest brokers of U.S. business with $103.1 million in brokerage revenues.
Mr. Barrengos is based in San Francisco.