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Security Life Insurance Company Hires Michelle Petersen as Third Party (TPA) Relationship Manager
Date:4/2/2013

Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) April 02, 2013

MINNEAPOLIS—Security Life Insurance Company of America is pleased to announce the addition of Michelle Petersen as the company’s new TPA Relationship Manager. In her new role Petersen will join the company’s management team and take ownership for the on-boarding and relationship management of external TPAs.

“I am very excited to have Michelle joining our team,” said Security Life COO Tom Bauer. “I believe her talents leading teams and creating operational efficiencies will greatly impact our relationships with TPAs and their ability to successfully process Security Life business. I see her as a key contributor to Security Life’s growth.”

Petersen brings over 15 years of corporate leadership and team management experience to her new role. She spent much of her career leading operations in both Licensing and Sales at Allianz Life, a $9 billion company based in Minneapolis, MN.

Most recently Peterson served as Contracting Manager with Imeriti Financial Network where she was responsible for contracting life insurance and annuities agencies across insurance carriers nationwide. A main focus of this role was on-boarding new partners to get them contracted and producing business as quickly as possible.

About Security Life Insurance Company of America: Security Life specializes in the ancillary benefits market, providing dental, vision, disability and life insurance products and services to consumers and employer groups. In close relationships with its distribution network of general agencies and strategic partners, Security Life is concentrated in personal insurance and small-to-mid size employer group business (under 25 lives). Security Life has products available to market in 49 states (in conjunction with Security Health Insurance Company of America in New York). For more information, visit http://www.SecurityLife.com.

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