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Principal Financial names new chief risk officer.

Global Banking News-October 3, 2017--Principal Financial names new chief risk officer

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Global Banking News - 03 October 2017

Principal Financial Group (NYSE: PFG) has said that it has appointed Julia Lawler as its new chief risk officer, effective January 1, 2018.

Lawler currently serves as senior executive director of Principal Portfolio Strategies, the asset allocation boutique within Principal Global Investors at Principal.

The move comes as Greg Elming, senior vice president and current chief risk officer, has announced his plans to retire as of March 31, 2018, after being with the company for 35 years. Having joined Principal in 1982, Elming has held several positions in a variety of accounting, tax and finance areas, before being promoted to vice president and controller in 2000 and to his current role in 2011.

Lawler, who joined the company in 1984, has held leadership positions including chief investment officer at Principal, as well as roles in Principal's retirement and investor solutions, capital markets, and real estate investment.

Principal serves people and companies around the world with retirement, insurance and asset management solutions. Principal, and Principal Financial Group are trademarks and service marks of Principal Financial Services Inc., a member of the Principal Financial Group.

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