The Plexus Groupe, an innovative, client-focused insurance brokerage and risk management consulting firm, recently hired David Kenyon as Vice President, Client Executive in the company’s Property & Casualty Practice, serving risk management clientele.
Kenyon brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the company, said Mike Mann, Executive Vice President of the Property & Casualty Practice at The Plexus Groupe.
“David's extensive industry experience and unique skill set expands The Plexus Groupe’s scope of offerings our clients find beneficial in achieving their stated risk management objectives,” Mann said.
Kenyon earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from Syracuse University in New York. As a dynamic insurance executive, David is experienced in facilitating growth, mergers & acquisitions, risk management, conflict resolution, and program management.
In his role at The Plexus Groupe, Kenyon will lead a client service team dedicated to serving a portfolio consisting of large, complex insureds who possess unique risk characteristics. Kenyon looks forward to showcasing his skills at The Plexus Groupe and as a trusted advisor, bringing creative solutions to meet customers’ needs.
“I wanted a risk management solutions role that would involve the protection of brand, reputation and the balance sheet,” Kenyon said. “What attracted me to The Plexus Groupe was the ability to work for a professional risk management and insurance consultant that understands the value of service and holds itself accountable to service standards.”
The Plexus Groupe offers innovative solutions in employee benefits, property and casualty, corporate retirement plans, personal lines insurance, human resources administration/consulting, benefits technology services, and mergers and acquisitions. Additionally, the Plexus Global Network gives clients access to insurance placement in 130 countries around the world. The Plexus Groupe is headquartered in Deer Park, Ill., with additional locations in Chicago, Dallas, and Oklahoma City.