|[September 16, 2013]
Securian Creates Voluntary Employee Benefits Group under Minnesota Life Group Insurance
ST. PAUL, Minn. --(Business Wire)--
Vogen, ACS (News - Alert), was named director of Securian's newly-formed voluntary
benefits product unit effective September 16.
Vogen joined Securian Financial Group after graduating from St. Olaf
College, Northfield, MN in 2003. Prior to being named director,
Voluntary Products, Vogen was manager, Group Life and Individual Life
"Eli will lead a multi-disciplinary team as we develop a suite of
products to effectively compete within the growing voluntary benefits
market," said Von
Peterson, senior vice president, Group Life Insurance.
The voluntary benefits initiative is a part of Securian's strategy to
expand its product offerings in the group insurance market. Voluntary
products are popular because they enable employers to provide richer
benefits with less expense - an important consideration as health
insurance premiums continue to rise.
Employees like voluntary benefits, too. As part of a group, they pay
less than they would in the individual retail market for the same
products and services. Additionally, they know the employer carefully
selected the providers that best meet the unique needs of the workforce.
Financial Group is the holding company parent of a group of
companies that include Minnesota
Life Insurance Company and Securian Life Insurance Company, a New
York admitted insurer. Since 1880, Securian and its affiliates have
provided financial security for individuals and businesses in the form
of insurance, investments and retirement plans. Securian is now one of
the nation's largest financial services providers.
DOFU - 09-2013
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