Past PIMCO and Goldman Sachs Exec Joins Retiree, Inc.
Sean Murray will join as principal and chief revenue officer to Retiree, Inc.
Formally, he was a managing director at a global investment management firm and had a successful experience driving defined contribution (DC) growth with Goldman Sachs and PIMCO.
Murray will lead partnerships and initiatives to consultants, plan advisers, plan sponsors, recordkeepers, and asset managers to help bring important new methodology to employees. Retiree, Inc. is launching a new financial wellness program for the DC market called Retirement Snapshot, which Murray will be promoting.
“[William Meyer, CEO of Retiree, Inc.] and his team have done extensive research and product development and are poised to disrupt the retirement market with a unique solution that Boomers truly need,” says Murray. “This innovative approach to the complex problem of managing your income during retirement provides consumers with a strategy to actually make their nest egg last longer.”
Mercer Health Adds Principal to Dallas Office
Mercer has appointed Kim Marsh as principal in Mercer’s Health business, based in Dallas. In this role, she will help clients assess their current benefit offerings as well as future strategy and plan design considerations. Marsh will report to Larry Chim, Dallas office business leader, Health.
“We are thrilled to welcome Kim to Mercer,” says Chim. “Kim brings a depth of experience working with small and mid-sized employers in a wide range of industries, making her a natural fit here at Mercer. Her industry knowledge in employee benefits and years of success will help us further provide exceptional service and solutions to our clients while strategically growing our business in Dallas.”
Marsh has more than 20 years of experience in employee benefits, including insurance brokerage/consulting and carrier sales and account management. Prior to Mercer, Marsh worked at USI Insurance Services, most recently serving as a senior account executive.
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