The National Association for Fixed Annuities is still out looking for a new president and chief executive officer.
Chip Anderson, NAFA’s executive director, announced plans to retire this past spring, after helping to lead members’ successful efforts to fight the U.S. Department of Labor’s fiuciary rule.
Anderson took over as the group’s executive director in 2015, after Kim O’Brien retired.
The NAFA board had hoped to find a successor for Anderson quickly but the group has decided to continue the search until Sept. 15, the group announced today.
More information about the search is available here.
NAFA was founded in 1998 to represent the fixed annuity community.