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Independence Again

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Woodland Hills, Calif.-based Swett & Crawford Group, the nation's oldest and largest wholesale brokerage firm, gained independence again after its parent company, Aon Corp., sold the firm to an investment group in late September. Insurance Journal Publisher Mark Wells recently sat down with David Hartoch, chairman of the board of Swett & Crawford, to discuss the new "independent" Swett & Crawford and its plans for future growth. Today, the 90-year-old company employs about 800 people in 37 offices in 30 states.

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