Allstate Corporation has announced a series of senior leadership changes at the company, naming Matt Winter as president of Allstate Auto, Home and Agencies, Don Civgin as president of Allstate Financial, and Steve Shebik as CFO.

Winter, who was previously senior executive vice president, Insurance Operations, and president and CEO, Allstate Financial, now will lead Allstate's personal lines businesses. Now with leadership responsibilities for Allstate Financial, Civgin has been CFO since 2009 and led the acquisition of Esurance and Answer Financial. Civgin will continue to oversee the Esurance and Answer Financial management teams, Allstate says.

The company also announced that Chief Risk Officer Steve Verney has been promoted to the senior leadership team and will now report directly to Allstate Chairman, President and CEO Thomas Wilson. "Mark and Matt have made tremendous progress together over the last five months, working as a team to establish the priorities for the Allstate Auto, Home and Agencies organization,” Wilson said in a statement. "This new structure leverages our strong leadership team, is consistent with our strategy of providing differentiated products and services for unique customer segments and will drive focus on our 2012 operating priorities."

Separately, the company said Mark LaNeve, senior executive vice president, agency operations and chief marketing officer, had resigned for personal reasons. "Mark's resignation was a personal one," Wilson said. “We accept Mark's decision and are confident in the abilities of our strong leadership team to generate results that will have Allstate win in the marketplace.”

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