Lockton Expands Philadelphia Office, Hires 2 Vice Presidents

November 30, 2012

Lockton, the world’s largest privately held independent insurance brokerage firm, expanded its Philadelphia regional operation with the addition of two industry veterans, vice presidents David Griffin and Scott Kegler.

Lockton’s Philadelphia regional office is located in Blue Bell, Penn. Prior to joining Lockton, Griffin was a consultant at Corporate Synergies Group LLC and District Manager for ADP. Lockton said Griffin is an expert in employee benefits who is also skilled in developing strategies to reduce cost and help companies achieve health risk management objectives. Griffin is an experienced advisor in benefits administration, human resources technology, and enterprise resource planning (ERP). He also has direct experience with outsourced HR and payroll services.

Kegler has extensive experience in helping organizations manage complex risks and designing effective strategies to meet both the employee benefits and property/casualty needs of his clients. Kegler advises business leaders in the construction, healthcare, private equity, and real estate industries. Prior to joining Lockton, he was president of Wahoo Insurance Programs, an insurance business he founded to provide property/casualty services for infrastructure contractors. Prior to starting his own company, Kegler was a vice president at the Graham Company, a Philadelphia insurance broker and consultant.

Since its founding in 1966 in Kansas City, Missouri, Lockton has grown to become the largest privately held insurance broker in the world and ninth-largest overall. More than 4,450 professionals at Lockton provide 15,000 clients around the world with employee benefits, insurance, and risk management services that improve their businesses.

 

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