Category: Network News


The Title Report Features FAN CEO, Aaron M. Davis, in NS3 Preview

This week’s Title Report update included a special preview and details on the 2016 National Settlement Services Summit, specifically the Breakout Room Session “Business NOT as Usual” which features Florida Agency Network CEO, Aaron M. Davis and Orange Leaf Consulting CEO, Cynthia McGovern.

To read the full feature, click HERE.

To register for this year’s National Settlement Services Summit, click HERE.


FAN CEO, Aaron M. Davis, to Speak at 2016 NS3 Summit

The National Settlement Services Summit offers a destination for industry leaders to come together for “unrivaled networking and learning.” This year’s theme is Knowledge In Action and will offer educational breakout sessions with keynote speakers who are highly regarded within the Settlement Services Industry. One of which will be our very own Aaron M. Davis, CEO/President of Florida Agency Network.

Davis will be speaking in the Breakout Session “Business NOT As Usual” on Tuesday, June 7 from 9:40 am – 10:40 am. Davis, along side Cynthia McGovern, Founder of Orange Leaf Consulting, will discuss life in a post-TRID world and how to embrace the changes to elevate business results.

To register for NS3, visit www.tinyurl.com/NS3Registration. You can save $30 when you use the Coupon Code: SPEAKER.

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Rotary Club Efforts Help Save a Life

Photo by DAVE NICHOLSON
Former Rotary Club President Aaron Davis takes a turn at the microphone as the club turns over the last of the 50 automated external defibrillators that the Rotary donated to the police department. Police Chief Ed Duncan, left, Capt. Dave Millich and Rotary Club President Brian Griffin look on. for DAVE NICHOLSON

 

A few years ago, Aaron M. Davis, Florida Agency Network CEO and former Plant City Rotary Club President, had a goal of equipping each patrol car in the Plant City Police Department with Automated External Defibrillators (AED) in an effort to assist in medical emergencies. This goal was completed last year, and the effort is paying off.

Last week, the PC Rotary Club was informed that one of the AEDs installed in a patrol car aided in saving the life of a 46 year-old man who had gone into cardiac arrest. According to Captain Rodriguez of Plant City Fire Rescue, the PCPD Officers were able to provide “exceptional care to the patient utilizing their AED and hands on cardiopulmonary resuscitation.” The PCPD Officers on the scene provided the patient with shocks in order to stabilize him until the Plant City Fire Rescue were able to get to the scene.

Since delivering the first units in 2013, the Rotary has donated a total of 47 units, which have been used at least 5 times now.

“I am so thankful to everyone who helped the Rotary achieve this goal. I hope the AED units continue to assist more PCPD Officers in saving the lives of those in this great community,” said Davis.


The Title Report, and More, Feature Florida Agency Network’s Compliance Officer

Last week’s announcement of the Florida Agency Network’s new Compliance Officer for the State of Florida, Andrea Somers, is getting recognition. Yesterday, the Title Report featured the announcement in its news section. Click here to read the feature.

Andrea has also been recognized in the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s People on the Move section! Click here to see it.

As the Florida Agency Network continues to grow and strive to be Florida’s authority in title insurance, we are confident that more great announcements are on the horizon for 2016.


What the Future Holds for FAN and the Title Industry

Earlier this month, the Florida Agency Network announced plans to invest $5.18 million into expanding its corporate headquarters currently located in Plant City.

Florida Agency Network CEO, Aaron M. Davis, spoke with the Plant City Economic Development Corporation to go into depth on why the Network plans to stay in Plant City, the future of the title insurance industry and Davis’s vision for the future of FAN.

Click here to watch the full video.

To read more on the Florida Agency Network’s expansion plans, click here.


Florida Agency Network CEO, Aaron M. Davis, Talks Market Changes in TitleNews Magazine

When it comes to the upcoming CFPB changes, Aaron M. Davis, Florida Agency Network’s founder and CEO, is the man to speak with. Davis gave Jeremy Yohe, of American Land Title Association, his insight into the upcoming market changes in ALTA’s January edition of TitleNews. In the cover story, Davis goes into detail on the new RESPA-TILA disclosures and how to excel in these changing times.

To read the full cover story, click here.


ALTA News: Florida Agency Network Appoints COO

Tampa, Fla.-based Florida Agency Network introduced Mike LaRosa as its new chief operating officer.

“There have certainly been some milestones in our company and network that have been game changing,” said Aaron Davis, chief executive officer of the Florida Agency Network and its multiple brands, which include Hillsborough Title, Trident Title, Paramount Title, Tampa Bay Title, Cornerstone Title, HomePlus Title, Uptown Title, Bella Title, Performance Title & Escrow and Progressive Title Solutions. “Having the caliber of person and operator like Mike LaRosa join us was never something we could have imagined years ago. Mike brings 16 years of industry experience and the operational expertise of running one of the largest title insurance underwriters to the Florida Agency Network,”

In 1999, LaRosa began his title insurance career as associate counsel at First American Title’s divisional headquarters in Tallahassee. By 2000, he moved to Tampa to work with the partnership division, where he was promoted to vice president and counsel. He spent six years in the that role establishing affiliated business arrangement title agencies with mortgage, builder/developer and real estate professionals throughout the Southeast.

LaRosa was named Tampa Bay agency manager in 2007. His territory eventually expanded to include the southwest region of Florida. Ultimately, he was promoted to Florida state agency manager where he has spent the past three and a half years.

For the original feature, click here.