Ferolino named regional VP for Primerica
Primerica has promoted Kimberly Ferolino to regional vice president.
“I am pleased to announce that Kimberly Ferolino has joined this exceptional group of leaders. Kimberly’s success is a barometer of the number of people that Primerica has helped prepare for a more secure financial future and that’s what we’re all about. Thanks to dedicated leaders like Kimberly, Primerica is an industry leader, providing real financial solutions to millions of clients,” said John Addison, co-chief executive officer.
“I’m very gratified by this promotion — it means that a lot of long hours and hard work have begun to pay off. But the most satisfying aspect of being a Primerica representative is knowing that you are helping other people take control of their personal finances. I look forward to expanding our business in order to serve even more people in the community,” Ferolino.
Primerica Inc., headquartered in Duluth, Ga., is a leading distributor of financial products to middle-income families in North America. Primerica representatives educate their Main Street clients about how to better prepare for a more secure financial future by assessing their needs and providing appropriate solutions through term life insurance, which we underwrite, and mutual funds, annuities and other financial products, which we distribute primarily on behalf of third parties. In addition, Primerica provides an entrepreneurial full or part-time business opportunity for individuals seeking to earn income by distributing the company’s financial products. We insure more than 4.3 million lives and approximately 2 million clients maintain investment accounts with us. Primerica is a member of the Russell 2000 stock index and is traded on The New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “PRI.”
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