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Argo chairman, former Allied World CFO Bradley joins Horace Mann board

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Tom Bradley, the former CFO of Allied World and current chairman of the Argo board of directors, has been appointed to the board of Horace Mann, the Illinois-based insurer that focuses on providing coverage to educators.

Bradley will sit on the carrier’s audit committee, and his appointment is with immediate effect.

The executive retired from Allied World, where he spent six years, in 2017, He previously held the CFO post at M&A law firm Dorsey and Whitney and the credit scoring firm FICO. Before that he worked at Zurich North America where his roles included CFO at one point, and also head of US operations.

“Tom will be an incredibly valuable addition to our Board, especially as the company expands the ways it meets educator needs, such as the pending Madison National Life acquisition,” said the chairman of the Horace Mann board, H. Wade Reece, in a statement.

Horace Mann’s president and CEO, Marita Zuraitis, added: “Tom’s strong financial and governance expertise will be beneficial as Horace Mann continues to expand our business and further integrate Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors into our operations.”

“I have long admired Horace Mann’s commitment to serving educators, and I’m pleased to join a company with such a strong focus on growth opportunities,” Bradley said. “As a new member to the board, I look forward to contributing to those goals.”

Bradley joined the Argo board in 2018, and was elevated to the chairman after five directors stepped down from the Argo board in the wake of former CEO Mark Watson’s departure.

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