Harris Tsangaris is the vice president of corporate development at NFP, a leading insurance broker and consultant in New York that provides employee benefits, property & casualty, retirement and individual private client solutions for clients across the United States, United Kingdom and Canada. In his position, he plays a prominent role in driving the firm’s strategic growth and utilizing unique enterprise and sales initiatives to highlight NFP’s diverse suite of offerings for clients and financial services professionals.
Tsangaris has been recognized by Business Insurance Magazine as Top 40 Brokers Under 40 Years and by Reactions Magazine as Top 50 Risings Stars in the insurance industry and has been quoted in internationally recognized publications including USA Today, Bloomberg Business, PropertyCasualty360 and more.
From 2007 to 2016, Tsangaris was a managing director at NFP Property & Casualty Services, Inc. and is the practice leader for Directors and Officers Liability insurance, Errors and Omissions insurance, Employment Practices Liability insurance, Fiduciary Liability insurance, Crime insurance, Cyber Liability and Privacy insurance at NFP. In addition, he was responsible for production and sales in the new business division.
From 2005 to 2007, Tsangaris was a vice president at Marsh USA where he served as a financial institutions client advisor and transaction specialist and provided advice to bank, broker/dealer, insurance company, mutual fund and investment advisor clients with regards to complex directors and officers liability, fiduciary liability, employment practices liability, crime and errors and omissions insurance. Tsangaris also served as the National Resource and Center of Excellence for broker/dealer, life agents and property casualty agents errors and omissions insurance
From 1999 to 2005, Tsangaris was a senior underwriting specialist at Zurich American Insurance Company, where he analyzed the risk of insuring large corporations, specifically in the financial institutions department. Tsangaris was responsible for over $60 million in underwritten premium during his tenure at Zurich.
Tsangaris has a bachelor degree from Fordham University, where he majored in finance and economics.