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EPIC revamps leadership, operations

Tom O’Neil

EPIC Insurance Brokers & Consultants has restructured its leadership and operations, naming Tom O’Neil president, the San Francisco-based brokerage announced Tuesday.

The announcement comes eight months after the brokerage’s parent restructured its holding company and three months after the company was sold to a new private equity investor.

Under the latest changes, Mr. O’Neil, formerly regional president, Northeast, will work with Steve Denton, who joined as president in 2018 and was named CEO in 2020, to manage all of EPIC’s operations, EPIC said in a statement.

In addition, the brokerage will restructure its operations into “super regions,” the statement said.

Northeast will be led by Len Scioscia as president. Mr. Scioscia joined EPIC in 2019 with the purchase of Prime Risk Partners. Adam Meyerowitz, who also joined with the Prime Risk Partners deal, will be president of Midwest and Southeast. K.J. Wagner, who previously led the Southwest region, will be president of the West region.

In addition, Phil Moyles, executive vice president of EPIC, was named chief growth officer and president of financial services.

Marc Kunney and Scott Davis were named presidents of the national risk management and specialty practice. Both previously headed separate risk management and specialty groups.  

EPIC is the 15th largest brokerage of U.S. business, according to Business Insurance’s most recent ranking.








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