A Nationwide announcement said Arvia replaces William S. Jackson, senior vice president for retirement plans, who recently announced his retirement after 25 years with Nationwide.
According to the company, Arvia has successfully spearheaded a strategy at the bank that has resulted in the accumulation of more than $2.7 billion in assets in two years.
“During her time at Nationwide, I have been
impressed by Anne’s leadership, integrity and proven
ability to successfully develop and execute business
strategies,” said Mark R. Thresher, president and COO of
Nationwide Financial, in the announcement. “Her deep
knowledge of financial services and experience navigating
the challenges of a rapidly changing industry will be
instrumental to strengthening our competitive position in
the retirement plans market.”
Arvia joined Nationwide in 2006 after 15 years with ShoreBank, America’s first lending and community development bank, where she most recently served as the president and CEO, according to the announcement.
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