John Greed to Succeed Tom Moran as Mutual Head

John Greed.

By Adam Farley, Deputy Editor
April / May 2016

John Greed, president of Mutual of America, was named CEO in March, succeeding Tom Moran, who is retiring after 21 years in the position.

Mr. Moran, who will stay on as chairman of the board of directors, spent the past four decades with Mutual of America, having joined the company in 1975, one year after graduating from Manhattan College in New York City. Over the years, he held key positions throughout the company before succeeding his predecessor and mentor, William J. Flynn, as CEO and President in 1994. ♦

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