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StanCorp Financial Group, Inc. Announces Agreement to Be Acquired by Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company. Will Become Primary Partner in the U.S. No Changes Anticipated to Our Products, Services or Focus on You

Friday, July 24, 2015

StanCorp Financial Group, Inc. announces agreement to be acquired by Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company to become their primary partner in the U.S. There are no anticipated changes to our products, services or focus on you. For more information, please read the full press release.

Also view these documents under Announcements on our Investor Relations website:

  • Investor Presentation
  • StanCorp Factsheet
  • Announcement FAQs
  • Joint Press Release

 

StanCorp Announces Strategic Leadership Changes

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

StanCorp Financial Group, Inc. today announced strategic changes in its executive leadership team.

Jim Harbolt has been named vice president of Asset Management and will assume leadership of the Asset Management segment, which includes retirement plans, individual annuities and StanCorp Investment Advisers. Harbolt was previously co-leader of the Insurance Services segment.

Dan McMillan has been named vice president of Employee Benefits, and will assume leadership of this business. McMillan was previously co-leader of the Insurance Services segment, which included employee benefits and the individual disability segment.

Katherine Durham, vice president of Corporate Marketing and Communications will assume responsibility for the individual disability insurance business along with her current duties.

Scott Hibbs has been appointed vice president and chief investment officer. In addition to his current responsibilities overseeing commercial mortgage loan investments, Hibbs will lead the fixed income investment team and will oversee the investment strategies for StanCorp, including optimizing investment performance within the Company's asset liability management program. Hibbs was previously vice president of Asset Management.

"We are fortunate to have very strong leaders at StanCorp and these changes are an important part of our executive development process," said Greg Ness, chairman, president and chief executive officer. "We have a philosophy of creating opportunities to broaden our leaders' skills and expertise across the Company and to deepen their management perspective. This is how we grow leaders at StanCorp."