Nassau Financial Group Announces Christine A. Janofsky as Chief Financial Officer

HARTFORD, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Nassau Financial Group today announced that Christine A. Janofsky joined the company as its new Chief Financial Officer.


“I couldn’t be more excited to welcome Christine to the Nassau leadership team,” said Phil Gass, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Nassau. “Having worked with Christine in the past, she brings a broad base of experience and expertise that lines up nicely with Nassau’s culture and our plans to accelerate growth across our insurance, reinsurance, and asset management businesses.”

Christine most recently served as CFO of eHealth, Inc., a publicly traded insurance distribution company. Prior to eHealth, she spent eight years at Lincoln Financial Group, holding a variety of senior finance roles including as Chief Accounting Officer. Earlier in her career, Christine held senior finance roles at Fidelity & Guaranty Life and Nationwide Insurance.

Christine is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Harvard University’s Catalyst Collaborative Program, and the World 50 Finance Executives. She holds bachelor’s degrees in Business Information Systems and Computer Accounting from Stevenson University and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA).

About Nassau Financial Group

Based in Hartford, Connecticut, Nassau Financial Group is a growth focused and digitally enabled financial services company with three distinct and closely connected businesses: insurance, reinsurance, and asset management. Nassau was founded in 2015 and has approximately $1.4 billion in total adjusted capital and $21.6 billion in assets under management. For more information, visit nfg.com.

Contacts

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Alice S. Ericson

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