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Jeff Levin to Lead OneAmerica Care Solutions Distribution: Personnel Moves

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What You Need to Know

  • Sproutt has a new distribution executive.
  • Luma has hired a chief technology officer.
  • The Standard announced two changes.

OneAmerica has named Jeff Levin to be vice president distribution at its Care Solutions unit.

He was previously a divisional vice president with the Indianapolis-based insurer’s Care Solutions unit.

The unit sells annuities that offer long-term care benefits and life insurance policies that offer LTC benefits.

Levin is a board member of the Intercompany Long-Term Care Insurance Conference Association and a member of the Bank Insurance & Securities Association Steering Committee.

He has a bachelor’s degree from the University of California at Santa Barbara.

OneAmerica has also promoted Kristin Dorm to vice president of agency growth and development at the individual life and financial services unit, from national director of recruiting and agent development.

The company has hired David Junker to be the individual life unit’s vice president of business development. Junker had been a vice president at RiverSource Distributors.

Penn Mutual

The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co,, a Horsham, Pennsylvania-based life insurer, has named Mark Heppenstall president and chief investment officer of Penn Mutual Asset Management.

Keith Huckerby will be the president of the Penn Series Funds and chief operating officer of the asset management unit.

The unit has $33 billion in assets under management.

Heppenstall joined Penn Mutual in 2014. He has a bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt and a master’s degree in industrial administration from Carnegie Mellon. He holds the chartered financial analyst professional designation.

Huckerby has worked for the asset management unit for about 25 years.

He has a bachelor’s degree from Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and a master’s degree in business from St. Joseph’s University.


Sproutt — a New York-based company that develops life insurance arrangements that reward insureds for healthy behavior — has hired Jason Evangelista to be vice president of distribution.

He was previously vice president of individual life business development at Munich Re.

He has a bachelor’s degree from Plymouth State University. He holds the chartered life underwriter professional designation.


Luma Financial Technologies — a Cincinnati-based company that runs an annuities and structured products distribution system — has hired Arun Kumar to be the chief technology officer.

Kumar previously worked for Citadel.

Earlier, he helped manage Amazon’s machine learning systems. He has also been global head of development at Thomson Reuters.

Kumar has a bachelor’s degree from Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati Viswa Maha Vidyalaya and a master’s degree and a doctorate in computer science from Johns Hopkins University.

The Standard

Standard Insurance has announced two executive changes.

The Portland, Oregon-based company has promoted Kevin Erdahl to assistant vice president of employee benefits underwriting, from second vice president of risk management at the unit.

The company has also named Margaret Brandl to be assistant vice president and actuary in the actuarial governance and risk management unit. Earlier, she was vice president and managing actuary for the life and annuity business at Genworth Financial.

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