Mutual of Omaha is a Fortune 500 organization offering a variety of insurance, banking, and financial products for individuals, businesses, and groups throughout the United States.
Recently, the company’s chairman and CEO, James Blackledge, announced an enterprise-wide strategy designed to move the insurance giant closer to its customers’ needs. As part of the strategy, the company began to evolve core business functions, including its payment infrastructure, to meet customers where they want to be.
James Davenport, formerly CFO at Farmer’s Life Insurance, joined Mutual of Omaha as senior vice president of finance operations to lead the operational transformation of the company’s finance team, which underpin the strategy.
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