WATKINSVILLE, Ga.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Stadion Money Management, known for its asset allocation solutions using ETFs and alternative investment strategies, today announced that Dave Lacusky has been named Chief Distribution Officer for all Stadion products. This position incorporates responsibilities held previously as National Director of Retail Sales as well as those of National Director of Retirement Sales previously held by Tim McCabe, who has resigned from the firm to pursue other opportunities. Mr. Lacusky continues to report to President and CEO Jud Doherty.
“From the start, Dave has been a stellar contributor not only to our retail sales efforts, but to our culture and the firm in general”
Lacusky joined Stadion in early 2013 from an 18-year career at The Hartford/Planco to serve as Stadion’s National Director of Retail Sales, a role he’ll keep in addition to his national retirement sales responsibilities.
“From the start, Dave has been a stellar contributor not only to our retail sales efforts, but to our culture and the firm in general,” Doherty said. “Having already prepared to assume many of Tim’s responsibilities, we expect Dave’s move into leadership over both retirement and retail sales will be completely seamless. He’s already earned the respect of the retirement sales team, our platform partners, and the advisors with whom we closely work. We anticipate great success as he assumes leadership over distribution for all Stadion products and services.”
Noted Doherty, “For the past 14 years, Tim McCabe has worked tirelessly to help grow Stadion’s retirement strategies and grow Stadion into the market leadership role we enjoy today. We cannot thank him enough for his efforts, and wish him all the best in the years ahead.”
About Stadion Money Management
Established in 1993, Stadion Money Management is an independent firm headquartered near Athens, Georgia. Stadion’s proprietary money management focuses on asset allocations using ETFs and liquid alternative strategies designed to minimize risk while achieving investor objectives. As of 9/30/16, Stadion managed approximately $3.5 billion. Visit Stadion Money Management at www.stadionmoney.com.
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