SOURCE: Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions

Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions

June 06, 2013 08:26 ET

Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions Names Robert Cogan as Regional Sales Director, New England Region

Serving Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Rhode Island

LAKE FOREST, IL--(Marketwired - Jun 6, 2013) - Bob Cogan joined Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions as Regional Sales Director for the company's New England Region, comprising Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Rhode Island. The announcement was made by Jack Waldie, Regional Sales Vice President.

Cogan was hired to develop and implement custom-based insurance solutions for voluntary and employee benefits brokers and enrollment specialists, and strategize and expand sales and enrollments in the New England Region for the Lake Forest, Ill.-based voluntary benefits provider. His office is located in Portsmouth, N.H.

"Voluntary worksite benefits is the fastest growing segment of employee benefit insurance, and Trustmark gives me the opportunity to offer New England employer groups more to choose from," said Cogan. "In addition, Trustmark's value-added services of employee engagement, consolidated billing options and wellness solutions make a major difference in the marketplace."

Cogan has more than 25 years of insurance industry expertise in selling ancillary insurance products -- voluntary benefits, dental, life, disability and stop loss. Prior to joining Trustmark, he worked with Sun Life and its affiliated companies as well as the Principal Financial Group. Marketwise, Cogan has met clients' benefits needs in three diverse regions: the Southeast (Atlanta), Midwest (St. Louis) and New England. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Georgia.

Interested brokers and enrollment firms can reach Bob Cogan at 617-347-9793 or bob.cogan@trustmarksolutions.com.

About Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions
Trustmark is a mutual company with a century of experience in voluntary benefits. It provides the resources that employers and employees need to make knowledgeable decisions to enhance their benefit plans and provide vital financial protection. Trustmark is rated A- (Excellent) by A.M. Best, with $1.8 billion in assets and more than 2 million covered lives. Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions is a division of Trustmark Companies, celebrating its centennial year in 2013. Visit www.trustmarksolutions.com.

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