Health insurer Cigna, Bloomfield, Conn., announced that Bertram Scott, president of U.S. commercial markets, was leaving the company and that two executives were promoted to new senior positions.
Cigna makes changes in executive ranks
Matthew Manders, president of U.S. services, clinical and specialty businesses, was promoted to president, regional and operations. Manders, 50, will keep his current responsibilities as he takes on oversight of regional accounts, and has 24 years experience with Cigna, according to a news release.
David Guilmette, senior vice president, national accounts segment, was named president, national, pharmacy and product. Guilmette, 51, joined Cigna at his current position in February 2010.
“As we congratulate Matt and Dave on their new roles, we also say farewell to Bert Scott, who will be leaving Cigna to pursue other opportunities,” Cigna CEO David Cordani said in the news release.
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