Wilde Wealth Management Group, an award-winning financial services firm that provides comprehensive retirement, investment, real estate, insurance, legal and tax planning services all under one roof through in-house partners and local affiliated firms, has announced the launch of Wilde Wealth Insurance. The new in-house firm, which will be located conveniently at Wilde’s newly expanded Scottsdale headquarters at 7025 N. Scottsdale Road, offers corporate and individual insurances services, business insurance – including general liability, property, workers compensation and more – life and disability insurance, long-term care insurance, and homeowners and renter’s insurance.
Taylor Whatcott will lead Wilde Wealth Insurance as president of Insurance Services. In his role, Whatcott will oversee all client engagements as well as work directly with Wilde founder and chief executive officer Trevor Wilde and his team to grow the practice via business development as well as through recruitment and training.
“Taylor’s white-glove, customized service to businesses of all sizes as well as individuals and families is in perfect alignment with how we approach everything we do for our clients,” says Wilde. “We are thrilled to welcome a talent at his level and look forward to providing his services to our current and future clients, helping further streamline their financial needs.”
Prior to joining Wilde Wealth, Whatcott worked in commercial insurance services for Federated Insurance, including for several years as a marketing representative and a district manager. He also brings experience from Progrexion, where he served in a senior representative role. Known for his personal approach to helping clients, Whatcott earned several awards for his work, including being named the employee of the year twice at Progrexion and among the top producers within Federated Insurance multiple years.
“My goal has always been, and will continue to be, taking genuine care of people,” says Whatcott. “In this role, I look forward to helping protect their hard-earned work as well as their families for generations. My aim is also to educate individuals and businesses so they can make the best decisions for themselves, their teams, and their families.”
An Arizona native, Whatcott graduated from Highland High School in Gilbert. After serving a two-year volunteer mission in Nicaragua, he earned his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Northern Arizona University.
Today, Whatcott lives in Scottsdale with his wife and two children.