Neptune Flood has promoted Matt Duffy from director of risk management and internal audit to chief risk officer.
According to a news release, Duffy joined the St. Petersburg-based flood insurance company a year and a half ago. He previously worked for eight years at Bank OZK and its predecessor, C1 Bank, in a variety of risk roles, including enterprise risk officer, executive vice president and director of enterprise technology solutions. Neptune Flood President and CEO Trevor Burgess was CEO of C1 before it was sold.
"Matt has been instrumental in helping develop the next generation of our AI risk engine, Triton, and in building a risk apparatus that will help Neptune manage its next phase of growth," Neptune Flood President and CEO Trevor Burgess states in the release. "This is the second time I've had the pleasure of working with Matt. It's rare to find a talent who works tirelessly and is dedicated to perfection."
Duffy is a graduate of Eckerd College in St. Pete and played professional soccer in England for Carlisle United F.C.