"We thank Mr. Anderson for his leadership. We are grateful for his guidance through the lawsuit against the Department of Labor and other areas of issue NAFA faced over the last three years” said Dominic Cursio, chairman on NAFA’s Board of Directors.
WASHINGTON D.C. (PRWEB) March 07, 2018
The Board of Directors for the National Association for Fixed Annuities, NAFA, announced today that after careful consideration of the association’s long-term goals, which will focus on growth, expanded advocacy and engagement on behalf of fixed annuities and the annuity industry, it was determined that it was time to seek a new Executive Director.
“We thank Mr. Anderson for his leadership. We are grateful for his guidance through the lawsuit against the Department of Labor and other areas of issue NAFA faced over the last three years,” said Dominic Cursio, chairman on NAFA’s Board of Directors.
Anderson has been a long-standing member of the association and stepped in three years ago as its Executive Director during a time of transition. Anderson will continue in his current role and be an integral part of the selection committee, continuing his support through the transition period.
NAFA is now actively pursuing a candidate that can execute the Board’s strategic vision for the organization, enhance NAFA’s membership experience, and advocate for the value of fixed annuities. You can learn more information HERE.
NAFA’s initial goal is to have a new Executive Director selected in time for an introduction to membership at the Annuity Leadership Forum and Hill Walk that will be held at the Grand Hyatt Washington in Washington, D.C. from June 13 through 15.
“Of course, we won’t rush the process to hit a date as we want to find the right candidate that can help NAFA meet its long-term objectives.” added Cursio.
The National Association for Fixed Annuities (NAFA) is the premier trade association exclusively dedicated to fixed annuities and was founded in 1998. Their mission is to promote the awareness and understanding of fixed annuities. They educate annuity sales people, regulators, legislators, journalists, and industry personnel about the value of fixed annuities and their benefits to consumers. NAFA’s membership represents every aspect of the fixed annuity marketplace covering 85% of fixed annuities sold by independent agents, advisors and brokers.
Visit http://www.nafa.com for more information.