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Financial Services Roundtable Names New VP of Communications & Organizational Strategy
Mar 07, 2013

The Financial Services Roundtable has named Eric Hoplin vice president of Communications & Organizational Strategy. “Eric is an exceptional leader, communicator and strategist” said Roundtable President and CEO, Tim Pawlenty. “Eric’s expertise in helping organizations define, implement and communicate their strategies will prove invaluable to our members.” Hoplin departed Booz Allen Hamilton to join the Roundtable and earned a Masters degree in International Affairs from Columbia University, an MBA from Augsburg College, a Certificate in Change Management from Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, and a BA in Communications & Political Science from St. Olaf College. He has been a frequent presenter in the media and in other communications channels. The Financial Services Roundtable represents 100 integrated financial services companies providing banking, insurance, and investment products and services to the American consumer. Member companies participate through the Chief Executive Officer and other senior executives nominated by the CEO.
Mar 07, 2013
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