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- Jason Burlie was previously Head of Sales and Strategic Relationships at Prudential Financial.
- James Ryan joins Oceanview from National Western Life, where he was senior vice president and head of sales.
- Elizabeth Mann is the new executive vice president and chief financial officer of Verisk.
The Standard has hired Jason Burlie as Vice President and Head of Sales for Pensions.
He will oversee product design for Meiji Yasuda’s Portland, Oregon-based branch, as well as sales, marketing and distribution.
Burlie was previously head of sales and strategic relationships at Prudential Financial. He was based in Dallas.
He started as a plan administrator with TBG Financial in 1997. He remained with TBG when it was acquired by Mullin, and he remained with MullinTB when it was acquired by Prudential.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Phoenix and a master’s degree in commerce from the University of Southern California.
Oceanview Life and Annuity Co. — a Phoenix-based company that changed its name from Longevity Insurance Co. in 2019 — has hired James Ryan as executive vice president of marketing.
Ryan served as Senior Vice President and Head of Sales at National Western Life.
He has held sales and related roles with life insurance and financial services providers since 1997. He spent four years at Sun Life Financial, two years as National Sales Manager at Prudential Financial, seven years at Lincoln Financial Distributors and more than three years at Voya before moving to National Western Life.
Ryan has also worked in relationship management at Cole Capital and Griffin Capital Securities.
He holds a bachelor’s degree from the Catholic University of America.
Verisk — an insurance industry data provider based in Jersey City, New Jersey — has hired Elizabeth Mann as executive vice president and chief financial officer.
Mann succeeds Lee Shavel, who is now CEO of Verisk.
Mann was previously chief financial officer at S&P Global Ratings and S&P Global Mobility.