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Gen Re LifeHealth Announces New Management Appointments, Boosting NA Unit

Source: Gen Re

Posted on 02 Mar 2010

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General Re Life Corporation, which operates under the brand name Gen Re LifeHealth, is pleased to announce two important management appointments in its North American reinsurance business.

Vincent A. DeMarco has been named Vice President and Corporate Actuary. In this role, Mr. DeMarco will have corporate oversight of all pricing and valuation matters. Prior to this appointment, Mr. DeMarco was Vice President, Individual Disability Income Reinsurance at JHA, the Disability and Group Life division of Gen Re LifeHealth. He is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, and a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries. “We are fortunate to have a reinsurance professional of Vince's caliber as part of our senior management team at Gen Re LifeHealth,” said Steve Mannik, President and CEO. “His skills and experience will serve us well in his new role.”

Anne G. Mitchell has been named Vice President, Individual Disability Income Reinsurance at JHA. Based in JHA's office in South Portland, Maine, Ms. Mitchell will be responsible for the growth and profitability of Gen Re LifeHealth's individual DI reinsurance business, including pricing, underwriting, claim management, and client service. Prior to joining Gen Re LifeHealth, Ms. Mitchell was a Principal at Income & Benefit Solutions, LLC, an insurance brokerage firm. Her experience also includes actuarial and risk management positions in the individual DI insurance business at Unum. Ms. Mitchell is a graduate of the University of Georgia, and a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries. “I am very pleased to have Anne join our team,” said Drew King, President of JHA. “Her actuarial experience and skill, combined with her expertise in distribution, make her the perfect resource to lead our Individual DI reinsurance business. Vince and the DI team at JHA have done a tremendous job building this business, and he leaves it in extremely good hands.”