Insurance broker and consultant NFP has announced the appointments of Cortney Maugé as senior vice president and cyber practice leader and Rick Cavaliere as senior vice president and senior cyber broker. Both will report to Matthew Schott, managing director and head of NFP’s management and professional liability practice.
“I’m thrilled to welcome Courtney and Rick to NFP,” Schott said. “Their cyber risk expertise, ability to analyze complex risks and navigate the right coverage solutions will be highly beneficial to our clients.”
Maugé (pictured above) joins NFP from Marsh FINPRO, where she managed a complex cyber/errors and omissions liability portfolio. She has also held cyber, broker and professional liability risk positions at WTW and Aon Risk Solutions. Maugé is a frequent speaker on cyber and E&O topics, most notably privacy risks and the human element of cyber risk. She holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Georgia School of Law.
“It’s exciting to join Matt and the talented NFP team,” Maugé said. “NFP is a growing player in the cyber liability space, and I look forward to solving our clients’ complex risks and expanding our cyber expertise and team.”
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Cavaliere (pictured below) joins NFP from WTW, where he managed the cyber and professional liability practice. He also acted as chief operating officer for the Willis Cyber/E&O team. Cavaliere holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Illinois School of Law.
“As the frequency and severity of cyber attacks continue to rise, NFP is committed to building teams with the highly specialized expertise critical to helping clients understand and address their most challenging risks,” Cavaliere said.