AIG Life & Retirement, a division of AIG, has promoted Todd Solash as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of its Individual Retirement business, and Rob Scheinerman as CEO of AIG Retirement Services, its Group Retirement business.
The appointments of Solash and Scheinerman, who were each previously President of their respective units, follow the retirement of Jana Greer, President and CEO, Retirement.
Solash joined AIG in 2017 as President of Individual Retirement, a provider of investment and lifetime income solutions to help individuals achieve financial and retirement security.
He has overseen a number of product innovations across fixed, index and variable annuities and has led improvements to the customer and distribution partner experience at AIG.
Solash is based in Woodland Hills, California, where the Individual Retirement business is headquartered.
Scheinerman, meanwhile, joined AIG in 2003 and has led AIG Retirement Services since 2017, overseeing the provision of retirement plans for healthcare, K-12, higher education, government, religious, charitable and other not-for-profit organizations.
Under his leadership AIG Retirement Services has enhanced the participant and plan sponsor experience, improved digital capabilities and strengthened customer relationships, AIG said.
Scheinerman is based in Houston, where the AIG Retirement Services business is headquartered.
Solash and Scheinerman both assume their new roles from July 1, and report to Kevin Hogan, Executive Vice President and CEO at AIG Life & Retirement
“Our Individual and Group Retirement businesses help millions of people achieve financial and retirement security,” said Hogan. “Todd and Rob have done a terrific job for our retirement businesses, and we look forward to their continued progress developing innovative retirement solutions to meet the needs of our clients.”
“Todd and Rob are committed to helping Americans achieve a secure retirement, and I am certain our clients will continue to benefit from their experience, proven leadership and vision,” he stated.
Commenting on Greer’s departure, Hogan added: “Jana has strived to help Americans reach their retirement goals for over four decades, and her passionate leadership has had a profound impact on our company and society.
“Jana has built our Retirement business into the number one annuity provider in the nation and a leading retirement plan provider through her strategic actions and by identifying and developing talented leaders and teams. It has been a true honor to work with Jana, and we cannot thank her enough for her many outstanding contributions.”