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AARP Extends Contract with New York Life as Exclusive Life Insurance Provider
With our experience providing life insurance to AARP members for nearly two decades, and award winning customer service, we are extremely well-positioned to take the program to an even higher level to benefit AARP members," said Don Salama, senior vice president of New York Life-Direct, including the company's AARP Operation.
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New York Life Names Don Salama Head of Tampa Direct Marketing Operations
SocialFunds.com: Socially responsible investing information concerning corporations, mutual funds, and more.
"Greater numbers of our clients have indicated interest in adding socially responsible investment options to their 457 deferred compensation retirement plan offerings," said Donald Salama, Vice President and Director of Hartford Life Insurance Co.'s Retirement Plan Solutions."Given its history of excellent performance and sound investment management, we are pleased to offer the Citizens Index Fund."
As of 6/30/99, the Citizens Index Fund (Institutional) had a 12 month total return of 32.62%, a 3 average annual return of 35.63%, and an average annual return since inception of 33.44%.From its inception date of 1/31/96 through 6/30/99, the Citizens Index Fund was ranked 17 out of 584 growth funds tracked by Lipper.
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New York Life Investments Promotes Don Salama to Chief Strategy Officer; Drew Lawton to Lead New York Life Retirement Plan Services (RPS) as CEO
New York Life Investments Promotes Don Salama to Chief Strategy Officer;
NEWYORK -- January 25, 2010 - New York Life Investments
is pleased to announce the promotion of Don Salama
, formerly head of New York Life Retirement Plan Services (RPS) to the new position of chief strategy officer.
In his new role as chief strategy officer, Salama will take on the Strategy and Mergers and Acquisitions responsibilities for the enterprise.
Joining the firm in 2002 and leading Retirement Plan Services since 2006, Salama has successfully developed and implemented a strategy that has garnered some of the best service scores in the industry1 and has led to unprecedented growth for the division, culminating in 2009's record achievements in gross and new plan sales.
Salama has held numerous positions in the retirement industry over the last 20 years, including general management of Retirement Plan Solutions at Hartford Financial Services, managing institutional sales and marketing for the Vanguard Group and holding other senior positions in sales, marketing and operations at various firms.
He earned a BS from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and his MBA from CornellUniversity.
WESTWOOD, MA, October 30, 2006 â€" The retirement plan services division of New York Life Investment Management LLC (NYLIM), announced today that Don Salama, 46, has been promoted to oversee all of NYLIM Retirement Plan Services.
He will maintain the title senior managing director.
Until this promotion, Salama was a senior managing director of sales, marketing and product development at the retirement plan provider.
Salama replaces and continues reporting to Barry Schub, executive vice president of NYLIM Retirement Plan Services.
Reporting to Salama will be: Tom Clough senior managing director responsible for the NYLIM Retirement Plan Servicesâ€™ mid- and large-market business; Joe Henehan, managing director and chief financial officer for the division; Sam Mancino, managing director of the retirement plan providerâ€™s small plan business; Jeff Keller, managing director of sales strategy and marketing; Mark Strazzeri, managing director of advisor and consultant sales;
Salama has held numerous positions in the retirement plan industry over the last 20 years, including general management of Retirement Plan Solutions at Hartford Financial Services, managing institutional sales and marketing for the Vanguard Group, and holding other senior positions in sales, marketing, and operations at various firms.
Don earned a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and his MBA from Cornell University.