Curran, the retired founder and CEO of Executive Benefit Services, Inc., has joined CAPTRUST Financial Advisors as vice president of Nonqualified Deferred Compensation services.
The firm said it is broadening its nonqualified services as employers look for ways to help their employees save more for retirement, including options over and above 401(k) regulatory limits.
Curran joins the firm after a four-year sabbatical spent working on numerous community projects. He founded Executive Benefit Services, Inc., in 1992, and grew it into a national leader on nonqualified plans, CAPTRUST said. In 2002, Curran sold the firm to Principal Financial Group and remained on as president and CEO until his retirement in 2005.
“As we execute on our vision to advise mid-market companies and their executives on their complete retirement plan needs, we are going to continue to look for talent with specific expertise to enhance what we do,” said J. Fielding Miller, CAPTRUST co-founder and CEO.
— Ellie Behling
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