Lévis, Québec-based Desjardins Financial Security Life Assurance Company (a.k.a. Desjardins Insurance) announced some changes to its leadership team on Wednesday.
The insurance company revealed that André Langlois has been appointed senior executive vice president, life and health insurance.
Langlois has been with Desjardins Group for nearly 30 years, and has held a variety of roles in areas such as product development, marketing and individual insurance. Most recently, he served as executive vice president, individual insurance.
In his new role, Langlois will oversee operations for Desjardins Insurance and all of its business lines, including individual insurance, group and business insurance, group retirement savings and creditor and direct insurance. He will also be responsible for managing Desjardins Financial Security Investments, which has more than $14 billion in assets.
The company also announced that Michael Rogers has been named vice president, sales and distribution.
Rogers has been with Desjardins Group since 1999, and was most recently vice president of business development and insurance solutions. In his new role, he will be responsible for individual insurance business development, as well as managing the SFL and Desjardins Financial Security Independent Network distribution networks.
Both appointments are effective immediately.
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