The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America (Guardian) has named Marc Costantini as CFO. Costantini will succeed Robert Broatch, who has served as CFO for the past twelve years.
Costantini brings 25 years of experience in financial and business management. He most recently served as EVP of Corporate Development and Strategy at Manulife Financial Corporation and belonged to the Manulife Management Committee. Previously, he was CFO of John Hancock and president of John Hancock Annuities.
“We are pleased to welcome Marc to Guardian,” says Deanna Mulligan, president and CEO at Guardian, in a statement. “His distinguished career in finance and general management will serve our company well as we continue to evolve to meet the changing demands of today’s customers.”
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