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After Operating Gables Financial Group For 23 Years Ramoacuten Mas Canosa Takes On Florida For Frank Crystal

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Written by on May 20, 2010

After about 30 years in the financial services industry, most of them at his own Gables Financial Group, Cuban-born Ramón Mas Canosa now sits on top of high-end insurance broker Frank Crystal & Company’s Florida operations.

Mr. Mas Canosa in January finalized a deal to sell Gables Financial Group to New York City-based Frank Crystal.

Now tasked with growing the firm’s Florida market, he said he’s focusing on doing business abroad and also finding more clients among South Florida’s small and medium-sized business market.

"About 35% of [Frank Crystal's] revenue is derived from the financial services industry but here in Florida there are a lot of mid-size businesses that we also cater to," he said.

Along with his day job, Mr. Mas Canosa has a firm commitment to Miami’s Cuban community. He’s a director of the Cuban American National Foundation, founded by his late brother Jorge Mas Canosa, and has started a charity in his brother’s name to provide scholarships to students.

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