PORTLAND, Ore.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Standard
Insurance Company (The Standard) announced today that Elizabeth
Sloan has been promoted to assistant vice president of Special Markets
Operations. In this role, Sloan oversees administration of
reinsured group insurance business serving more than 10,000 employer
clients. In addition, Sloan is responsible for operational compliance
for The Standard Life Insurance Company of New York. She is also The
Standard’s paid family and medical leave business product sponsor.
Sloan started with The Standard in 1998.
“Elizabeth’s leadership, operational expertise and strategic insights
are instrumental to our success in Special Markets,” said Foon Lew, vice
president and group actuary in Employee Benefits at The Standard. “We’re
excited to see the team continue to deliver top-notch customer service,
underwriting and claims administration to this line of business.”
She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology at Oregon State
University and went on to graduate from Willamette University College of
Law. She is a member of the Oregon State Bar.
About The Standard
The Standard is a family of companies dedicated to helping you achieve
financial well-being and peace of mind. In business since 1906, we are a
leading provider of financial protection products and services for
employers and individuals. Our products include group and individual
disability insurance, group life, dental and vision insurance, voluntary
(employee-paid) benefits, absence management services, and retirement
plans and annuities for employers and individuals. For more information
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The Standard is the marketing name for StanCorp Financial Group, Inc.,
and its subsidiaries: Standard Insurance Company, The Standard Life
Insurance Company of New York, Standard Retirement Services, Inc.,
StanCorp Mortgage Investors, LLC, StanCorp Investment Advisers, Inc.,
StanCorp Real Estate, LLC, and StanCorp Equities, Inc.
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