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AETNA ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT CHANGES

 AETNA ANNOUNCES MANAGEMENT CHANGES
 HARTFORD, Conn., April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Aetna Life & Casualty


(NYSE: AET) Chairman Ronald Compton today announced several management changes to "more effectively align a number of our strategic business units and to help us manage them in an increasingly competitive environment."
 Compton said the changes, which were prompted by the recent resignation of Edmund F. Kelly, who left Aetna to become the president of Liberty Mutual, "will provide new leadership for some of our key businesses."
 Gary G. Benanav, currently president, Aetna International Inc., has been named group executive with responsibility for Aetna Life Insurance and Annuity Company (ALIAC) investments and pensions, annuities, mutual funds and individual life insurance. Benanav also will continue to be responsible for Aetna's international insurance operations.
 Daniel P. Kearney, currently group executive, investments will continue to oversee Investments and, additionally, will assume responsibility for Aetna Pensions & Financial Services.
 James W. McLane, currently chief executive officer, Aetna Health Plans, will become group executive with responsibility for Aetna Health Plans and two additional but separate, SBUs: Small Business Markets and Sponsored Products. He will continue to head Aetna Health Plans.
 Group Executive David A. Kocher will continue to be responsible for Aetna's property/casualty insurance operations. Patrick W. Kenny's recently announced responsibilities as Group Executive, Finance and Administration, will remain unchanged.
 Aetna's five group executives all report directly to Compton.
 "I am confident that these changes will capitalize on the talent and expertise of our group executives and business heads," Compton said. "The strategic alignment of our resources will offer the opportunity for improved profitability and will better position us to meet the challenges of the future."
 Aetna Life & Casualty is the nation's largest shareholder-owned financial services organization with assets of more than $92 billion.
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