US-based insurer Kemper Corporation has appointed Bradley T. Camden, its Senior Vice President and Treasurer, as Interim Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective immediately. In the role, Camden will report to Joseph P. Lacher, Jr., Kemper’s President, CEO and Chairman. At the same time, he replaces James J. McKinney, who will serve as a senior advisor to the company to support a smooth transition.
It has also been confirmed that Kemper is initiating a formal search process as part of the selection of a permanent CFO. An experienced veteran across the industry, Camden joined Kemper in 2020 as Treasurer and has since gone on to lead many of the business’s critical strategic initiatives. This includes the formation of Kemper Bermuda Ltd. and the Kemper Reciprocal exchange, as well as the company’s capital market management and ALM and risk management initiatives.
Before he joined Kemper, Camden spent 15 years working at Northern Trust Asset Management, where he held a number of different finance leadership roles, including Head of Long Duration Fixed Income, Head of Active and Quantitative Strategies, and Director of Fixed Income Strategy, among others.
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