Maryann Geary was named president of plan administration and record-keeping services at BPAS, the retirement plan provider announced in a news release Tuesday.
Ms. Geary succeeds Paul Neveu, who was elevated to CEO at the beginning of the year following Barry Kublin's retirement.
Ms. Geary, who is based in Philadelphia, has led the company's plan administration and record-keeping operations since 2008. In her new role as president, she will oversee all operational areas, including plan consulting, record keeping, participant services, trust services, third-party administration services, documents, implementation, and conversions, a BPAS spokeswoman said.
The company also named David Ritchie, currently senior vice president of health and welfare plans, to a new position as executive vice president of the health and welfare division. He will lead the company's health and welfare service lines in operations, sales, staffing, service and compliance.