CUNA Mutual Group has promoted Robert N. Trunzo to president of CMFG Life Insurance Co., a role in which he is responsible for the products, distribution and service of the company’s U.S. credit union businesses as well as its 401(k) business.

CUNA says that, with this promotion, Trunzo now is responsible for nearly 3,000 employees and about $2 billion of CUNA Mutual Group’s annual revenues. Trunzo continues to report to Jeff Post, president and CEO of CUNA Mutual Holding Co. As part of the organizational change, Mike Connealy, president and CEO of ProAg, CUNA Mutual Group’s crop insurance subsidiary, now reports to Post as well. Trunzo’s priorities are focused on the top three needs identified by credit unions: lending, compliance and income.

Trunzo has held a variety of public and private sector leadership positions during his career, says CUNA. Previously at CUNA Mutual Group, he was executive VP and COO. He joined the company in 2005, after serving in a variety of insurance leadership roles.

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