According to the announcement, Hart’s focus will be on developing the third party administrator (TPA) client base that was supported by the ADP service center in Overland Park, Kansas, prior to ExpertPlan’s purchase of the division June 12, 2009. He will be responsible for growing and retaining clients, building ExpertPlan’s national TPA network, and providing the company’s current TPAs with enhanced marketing and product development initiatives.
Hart is a current board member and the former president of the National Institute of Pension Administrators (NIPA) and has held sales and management positions with John Hancock, Prudential Retirement, ADP, and Scudder Investments, the announcement said.
“Steve brings extensive knowledge and experience working in the TPA marketplace,” said John Farmakis, EVP Sales, Marketing, and Business Development, in the announcement. “He will be a vital member of the ExpertPlan team and help the company build upon our current and future product service offerings.”
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