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Retirement Industry People Moves January 30 to February 3

MassMutual Appoints 5 Managing Directors in Retirement Services; OneAmerica Appoints Head of Guaranteed Income Products; Fiduciary Vest Names New Partner; and more.

By Javier Simon | February 03, 2017
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MassMutual Appoints 5 Managing Directors in Retirement Services

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance has appointed five new managing directors in an effort to enhance services offered to financial advisers supporting retirement plans. These individuals will train and educate advisers on the firm’s retirement plan products and services.

Jeff Beauregard will support retirement plans in the emerging market defined as plans with up to $10 million in management. He will partner with Brian Mezey who serves the institutional market. Prior to joining MassMutual, Beauregard served as a defined contribution specialist with Fidelity Investments. He has 18 years of experience in the retirement plans market.

Ali Pino will support emerging market sales in South Virginia. She will partner with Garret Carlough, who supports sales in the institutional market. Previously, Pino served in a variety of roles at John Hancock, including internal wholesaler and relationship manager. She has more than 11 years of experience in the retirement plans marketplace.

Braam Nel supports emerging market sales in Eastern Pennsylvania and partners with Tim Ross, managing director for institutional sales. Previously, Nel was a relationship manager for retirement plans at MassMutual, and has more than 10 years of experience in the retirement plan and investment markets.

Taylor Booth supports sales of retirement plans in the institutional market in Illinois and Indiana. Prior to joining MassMutual, Booth was a workplace sales director at MetLife, overseeing business development in the voluntary benefit and retirement plans markets. 

Michael Farber supports the emerging market for wirehouse firms in North Georgia, and partners with Jason Bouldin, who supports the institutional market. He previously was a district manager at ADP Retirement, a retirement plan sales associate for John Hancock, and a financial adviser. He brings to his new role more than seven years of experience in the financial services industry.

The addition of these individuals expands MassMutual’s retirement sales team to 79.

“Our nationwide network of managing directors is helping promote MassMutual’s leadership in the retirement plans marketplace and extend our capabilities to help American workers retire on their own terms,” says Hugh O’Toole, head of Workplace Distribution. “Financial advisers can count on our field support to help employers make the most of their new retirement plans and help their employees retire on their own terms.”

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