NFP is a leading insurance broker and consultant providing specialized property and casualty, corporate benefits, retirement, and individual solutions through its licensed subsidiaries and affiliates. NFP enables client success through the expertise of over 6,000 global employees, investments in innovative technologies, and enduring relationships with highly rated insurers, vendors, and financial institutions. NFP is the 5th largest benefits broker by global revenue, 5th best place to work in insurance and 6th largest US-based privately owned broker (Business Insurance); 9th commercial lines agency by P&C commercial lines revenue and 10th largest property and casualty agency (Insurance Journal); and 13th largest global insurance broker (Best’s Review).
Ken Scaggs is the Head of Brokerage for both the Cyber & Errors and Omissions product lines at NFP. He is responsible for developing new markets, designing programs for various licensed professional risks, and managing the profitability of the cyber & professional liability books of business. Prior to joining the NFP team, he was a partner at KSK Consulting Group and owned and operated the Kerr Agency, E&O brokerage; a northeast regional agency. Ken began his career in insurance as an underwriter for a number of specialty carriers before venturing over to the client servicing side. He has over 20 years of experience in E&O and 15 years at the forefront of the Cyber product on both the insurance carrier and brokerage sides. With KSK Consulting Group, he advised regional and national wholesalers and retail brokers and their risk professionals on their insurance programs, products, and offerings. The firm advised on all things tech-related as well as the coverages that affected the industries professionals, from CITO's to programmers and every profession in between. KSK soon became an advisor to the middle market and designed insurance and risk management programs for over 400 companies nationwide with several clients’ revenues exceeding $1BB. Ken holds several designations in Cyber, Tech, Blockchain, and Cryptocurrencies from several highly regarded insurance institutions. He did his undergrad studies with a concentration in Risk Management and Insurance at the University of Hartford and insurance designations with The College of Insurance.