RPS names new CEO | Insurance Business America

RPS names new CEO | Insurance Business America


RPS names new CEO | Insurance Business America















Firm’s new president also announced

RPS names new CEO


Insurance News

By
Mika Pangilinan

Risk Placement Services (RPS) has announced the appointment of Kevin Doyle (pictured) as its chief executive officer.

Doyle joined RPS in 2018 as vice president of the Western Region & Chicago, where he took charge of P&C operations in Denver, Salt Lake City, Scottsdale, Seattle, Texas, and Chicago. During his five-year tenure in the role, the Western region was able to double in size through a combination of organic expansion and M&A activities.

In 2021, Doyle assumed responsibility for the Chicago team, overseeing strong organic growth and the successful execution of key priorities

His expertise spans various specialty businesses in the E&S sector, alternative risk, and the programs space. He has contributed to driving growth for RPS through digital and data strategies, early talent development, and the introduction of proprietary products. He also played a key role in implementing RPS’s Veteran Careers program.

Before joining RPS, Doyle served as senior vice president for Artex Risk Solutions, leading the business development team across North America.

As CEO, he will now lead the company’s efforts to enhance operational efficiency and develop tailored solutions for its clients.

New RPS president also announced

RPS also revealed that Joel Cavaness, its co-founder and former president, will continue to provide counsel to the company as he assumes the role of chairman, Americas speciality.

Cavaness served as president of RPS from 1997 to 2023, helping the company grow to become one of the largest US wholesale brokers, managing general agents, and program managers.

Adam Mazan has been named president of RPS, responsible for guiding the strategic direction of the firm’s revenue-generating operations in its binding, brokerage, and program administration divisions.

Mazan was previously the vice president for RPS’s Pacific-West Region.

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