U.S. benefit brokerages, advisory firms and other benefit service companies took major steps recently to fill important roles.
It was a busy month for filling executive offices inside benefit provider and retirement management firms. Both HUB International and pharmacy benefit solution provider
RxTE Health promoted their current presidents to the role of CEO. Both CEOs will keep their president titles. Retirement plan manager
Great-West Investments hired a seasoned buyside investor to oversee its $100 billion unit that makes investments for retirement accounts.
Mercer continued to add new faces to its employee benefit roster with a new principal, client management for its Chicago office and a new practice leader, health for its Cincinnati office. In other Midwest news, Lockton has a new unit manager to its St. Louis office. Meanwhile, Alera Group appointed a new VP of human resources and organization development, and Alliant Employee Benefits added a life and disability veteran to its ranks.
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