CAC Specialty Expands Private Equity Focus with Addition of Ned Murphy and Dan Lehmann
Feb 4, 2020
CAC Specialty continues to expand its M&A Solutions specialty with the additions of Ned Murphy and Dan Lehmann. Both Murphy and Lehmann join as Senior Vice Presidents with a focus on business development and client service.
In their roles, Murphy and Lehmann will work closely with CAC’s M&A Solutions team and Investment Banking platform, focusing on business development and client advisory for Private Equity, Financial Institutions, Fintech and High Net Worth clients across the country.
“Our investment banking and insurance platform is truly unique and is attracting the best talent in the industry,” said Bruce Denson Jr., president of CAC Specialty. “We are excited to work with Ned and Dan; they complement our team and will help us win the trust of more clients.”
Murphy, based out of San Francisco, joins CAC Specialty most recently from Marsh & McLennan Companies, where he served as a Senior Vice President within the U.S. Sales Group. Prior to Marsh, he served as a Principal within Integro USA’s Financial Lines Group as well as a Vice President within Aon’s Financial Services and M&A Group. Murphy began his career as an Analyst at a boutique Private Equity firm focused on reinsurance M&A and has over a decade of experience within the Financial Services industry.
Murphy graduated from Lynchburg College with a bachelor’s degree in economics and philosophy.
“I am excited to join a firm comprised of world-class insurance and investment banking professionals dedicated to providing unparalleled service and solutions to our clients,” Murphy said.
Lehmann joins CAC Specialty’s Denver office after a twenty-year career in asset management focused on alternative investments. Dan has held senior positions in capital development, product development, risk management, and due diligence with a specific focus on Private Equity and Hedge Funds. Dan was most recently an alternative investment Regional Sales Manager at Morgan Stanley.
Dan graduated from Duke University as a member of the Kappa Alpha Delta Academic Honor Society and was a member on the varsity men’s soccer team.