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​Alliant Employee Benefits Restructures Ahead of Regional Growth

By Alliant

National employee benefits group sets sights on aggressive expansion within three formalized regions

NEWPORT BEACH, CA — On the strength of continued regional growth and accelerated business momentum, Alliant has restructured its Employee Benefits Group. The national division will focus on aggressive expansion within three formalized regions.

“We see a significant opportunity to grow our footprint by meeting the needs of our clients and partners on a regional level and addressing the unique market dynamics that drive their business,” said Kevin Overbey, President, Alliant Employee Benefits. “This new structure will enable us to partner with our teams and clients to provide a truly end-to-end experience while driving and measuring program performance to inform a better result going forward.”

The newly restructured Alliant Employee Benefits will feature three formalized regions, led by seasoned Alliant benefits leaders who have been promoted into Senior Managing Director roles:

Eastern Region, led by Senior Managing Director Eric Levy

South and Southwest Region, led by Senior Managing Director Bret Goodman

Northwest and Midwest Region, led by Senior Managing Director Steve DiPietro

Each of these newly promoted individuals will work directly with Managing Directors and service teams to foster targeted growth and expansion within each dedicated region.

In addition to its new regional focus, Alliant Employee Benefits will continue to dedicate significant resources to driving innovation within the division. This includes an ongoing focus on data-driven analysis and continued efforts to enhance client experience. The new regional structure will also play a key role in galvanizing career path expansion for employees across the division.

“Working collaboratively, we will continue to develop world-class solutions that drive value and efficiency as we chart our path forward to a thriving future,” said Overbey.