National Maritime Services Names Swimmer President

Wednesday, August 18, 2010
Photo courtesy Hipple&Co. Reputation Management

Alan Swimmer has been promoted from his position as director to president of National Maritime Services, a comprehensive vessel arrest custodial service.  He will continue to act as president of Maritime Capital Group, a marine finance, insurance and titling company. 

In his expanded role, Swimmer will have full operating responsibility over National Maritime Services. Swimmer is Toney’s longtime business associate, and he brings 25 years of experience in management, marine lending and finance to his new position. He will continue to report to Toney, chairman of both companies.

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