NFP has announced that Tom Gillingham, a managing director at the US insurance broker, will lead its specialty MGA and MGU programs.

These programs include auto services, commercial surety, equity protection, ProTek, EverGuard, Hole-In-One, cross border and outdoor recreation.

Gillingham joined NFP in 2017 as part of its acquisition of EverGuard, a program administrator focused on providing commercial property casualty products to restaurants, bars and taverns. 

Gillingham is based in Seattle, and will continue to report to Henry Lombardi, executive vice president and head of NFP Property and Casualty.

“NFP is fully committed to advancing our specialty programs and we continue to invest in people, resources and expertise to support this commitment,” said Lombardi.

ProTek is a medical devices program administrator that was acquired in November 2019 as part of NFP’s acquisition of Tucson-based property casualty broker Koty-Leavitt

Reno, Nevada-based Hole-in-One was acquired in May 2017 and provides coverage for premier golf events.