Allison Couch rejoining the AIG Advisor Group

Moving in to new position as executive VP for national sales

May 22, 2014 @ 1:04 pm

By Bruce Kelly

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Allison Couch, the former managing director of wealth management for Cetera Financial Group, will join the AIG Advisor Group next month in the newly created role of executive vice president for national sales.

She will report to Erica McGinnis, president and chief executive of the AIG Advisor Group.

Ms. Couch previously worked at the previously named AIG Advisor Group broker-dealers, starting in 1993, eventually becoming vice president of business development for Royal Alliance Associates Inc. and then senior vice president of business development with FSC Securities Corp. She left AIG in 2008.

“I'm eager to work closely with the the AIG Advisor Group team to deliver business building tools and value-added programs that help advisers grow revenues and better manager their businesses,” she said in a statement.

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