Gregory D Woodworth has been named senior vice president and general counsel of National Life Group. In his three years with National Life, Greg has shown he is a superb lawyer of the highest integrity, said Mehran Assadi, NLGroup s president and chief executive officer. Greg has a broad knowledge of our business, a deep appreciation of our regulatory environment and a keen ability to explain complex legal issues in ways that allow us to understand the importance of the issue, said Assadi. As the regulatory and compliance challenges grow for our industry, I am very pleased to have someone of Greg s judgment and integrity serving as our general counsel, he said.Woodworth joined National Life in March 2006 as vice president and deputy general counsel after six years at MassMutual where he served as associate general counsel. Previously he worked at UNUMProvident (1995-2000) and as a trial lawyer at Pierce Atwood in Portland, Maine (1984-1995).He is a 1981 graduate of Middlebury College and received his law degree from Boston University School of Law.The appointment was effective Jan. 1, 2009.Source: National Life Group
continue reading » 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The House Financial Services Committee is expected to vote on the Financial CHOICE Act (H.R. 10) today after it concludes its third day of mark-up. Thus far, no democratic amendments have been adopted to the bill, which is expected to pass the committee along party lines.A manager’s amendment offered by committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, which retained the NAFCU-backed provision for repeal of the Durbin interchange amendment, is expected to be adopted before final passage.NAFCU will keep members apprised of today’s vote on the bill. If the bill passes, it will be sent to the full House and await action there.Throughout discussions of the bill yesterday, Democratic members of the committee raised numerous amendments aimed at stripping out various provisions of the bill, though none were approved.In addition to Durbin amendment repeal, the CHOICE Act contains numerous other NAFCU-sought measures, including one requiring regulatory agencies to improve their cost-benefit analyses and better tailor regulations to the size of regulated institutions. It would also, as urged by NAFCU, preserve the NCUA Board’s current three-member structure and mandate agency budget transparency.
Batesville, In. —St. Louis School is committed to educating students to be productive adults and contributors to the community.Using grants from the Ripley County Community Foundation and the Rising Sun Regional Foundation 7th & 8th grade students will learn how to administer CPR. The grant dollars were used to purchase manikins, face shields and instruction materials.