The property and casualty business of insurance company Kemper (NYSE:KMPR) has a new bean counter.
On Monday, the Chicago-based insurance company announced that Elizabeth "Libbie" Bock will take on the role of CFO for the P&C division, where she would be responsible for all aspects of operations, reporting, control, planning and analysis, financial management, and competitive analysis.
Bock, who comes with more than 11 years of experience in financial leadership roles, will report to Denise I. Lynch, Kemper's group executive, and who says of the new CFO, "Her leadership, experience, and insights will help us build even deeper financial acumen throughout the businesses."
Bock was with Experian until her appointment with Kemper, and before that she held various financial leadership positions at The Hartford. She was also a senior consultant with Towers Perrin and has served as coordinator for international affairs, in the Office of the Governor for the Mie Prefectural Government in Japan.
Details on Bock's compensation package have not yet been filed with the SEC.
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