Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

Magazine article American Banker

Executive Changes

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Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. in Connecticut has hired Neal S. Wolin, until recently the head of Treasury Department's legal division, as general counsel and an executive vice president.

He succeeded Michael S. Wilder, who retired in December.

In announcing the hire, chairman and CEO Ramani Ayer noted that Mr. Wolin, 39, had been closely involved in international economic activities and issues facing financial markets.

Mr. Wolin became the Treasury's general counsel in 1999, having joined the department in 1995 as deputy general counsel. Before that he had been the deputy legal adviser to the National Security Council and the executive assistant to the National Security Adviser and Deputy National Security Adviser for two years.

He had begun his U.S. government career in 1991 as a special assistant to the director of the Central Intelligence Agency.


Scudder Private Investment Counsel, which manages $16 billion of assets for wealthy individuals and families, endowments, foundations, and trusts, has hired Kristopher Carney as an investment consultant and Michael R. Weaver, Robert D. Fischler, and Grace Sanchez-Hagen as sales consultants.

They have also been named vice presidents of Scudder Private, a division of Zurich Scudder Investments Inc., the global investment management business of Zurich Financial Services Group.

Mr. Carney and Mr. Weaver will be based in New York. Mr. Carney will develop wealth management plans; Mr. …

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