The Equitable alum is joining Finseca to develop policy solutions that help more Americans achieve financial security
WASHINGTON, D.C.— Finseca announced today that Alex Kim, most recently with Equitable’s Advanced Markets Team, has been hired as vice president of public policy. Kim will focus his time on developing proactive solutions to some of the chief policy challenges plaguing the profession and the clients it serves, particularly as it relates to closing the life insurance coverage gap.
“Alex contributes unparalleled experience with products and planning solutions to the Finseca team,” said Armstrong Robinson, Finseca’s chief advocacy officer. “As a nation working through its third massive liquidity crisis in the last twenty years, the limits of our financial security could not be clearer. Finseca will continue working with policymakers to promote the planning and products that correct this dilemma for families across America.”
Kim has more than twenty-five years of experience working in the financial security profession. He has a strong background in life insurance, banking, individual and institutional investments, with emphasis in law, taxes, trusts & estates, finance, compliance, product development, marketing, and project management. In addition to working with Equitable, Kim also has worked for NFP National Madison, New England Financial, Prudential Insurance Company of America, and Korea First Bank, among others.
“I’m extremely excited to be joining the Finseca team,” said Alex Kim. “Delivering on our mission of financial security for all requires combining the solutions of the profession with sound public policy at the federal and state level. Done correctly, we should start to see significant improvement in the life insurance coverage gap for all Americans.”
Alex Kim has a Juris Doctorate from Chicago-Kent College of Law and his Bachelor of Arts from New York University. He and his wife, Susan, live in Old Tappan, New Jersey, and have three adult children and a dog.
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