Lockton Taps 2 Former Wells Fargo Insurance Execs to Lead Boston Office

June 11, 2013

Lockton is adding more commercial insurance operations in the Northeast with the formation of an insurance brokerage office in Boston.

Lockton has named risk management veterans and former Wells Fargo Insurance Services executives Chip Manozzi and Eva Durkin as senior vice presidents in Boston. The Lockton operations is opening temporary quarters at 60 State Street in Boston, with plans to move into permanent office space in downtown Boston in late summer.

Tim Ryan, chief operating officer of Lockton’s Northeast U.S. operations, said his firm is well-established in Boston with many clients in the region already and that opening a new office in the city puts Lockton in a better position to serve clients. “We look forward to growing our business in New England and continuing to expand our capabilities and resources in Boston,” he said.

Manozzi has been an insurance advisor and broker for more than 30 years, most recently with Wells Fargo Insurance Services in Boston. He will be responsible for business development and client strategy. Manozzi has extensive experience with the complex risk management and risk finance needs of corporations.

Durkin has extensive experience managing risk management and property/casualty insurance programs for global and national companies. She will be responsible for client relations, carrier negotiations, and insurance program management. Durkin was most recently with Wells Fargo Insurance Services in Boston. She has more than 20 years of experience in risk management.

Lockton also has operations in New York, Philadelphia, and Hartford as part of its Northeast business team. The firm has 29 U.S. locations as well as 33 international locations in 17 countries. More than 4,900 professionals at Lockton provide 35,000 clients around the world with risk management, insurance, and employee benefits consulting services. Lockton reported over $17 billion in premiums placed for 2012.

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