ING U.S. Retirement appoints tax-exempt markets president
By Melanie Zanona | September 13, 2012 3:12 pm
Jamie Ohl was named president of tax-exempt markets for ING U.S. Retirement, effective Oct. 1, confirmed ING spokeswoman Emily Dawe.
Ms. Ohl replaces Brian Comer, who retired earlier this year.
Ms. Ohl will be responsible for creating and executing a strategic direction for the company's retirement operations, and will report to Maliz Beams, CEO.
Ms. Ohl is president of Wilshire Funds Management, Wilshire Associates' global investment management business unit. She will leave the firm Sept. 28. Her responsibilities will be transitioned to managing directors Cleo Chang, Matt Radgowski, Jason Schwarz, Helen Webb Thompson and Victor Zhang, according to Wilshire spokeswoman Kim Shepherd.