SUSAN BRADFORD NAMED ASSISTANT TREASURER OF KEMPER CORP.
SUSAN BRADFORD NAMED ASSISTANT TREASURER OF KEMPER CORP. LONG GROVE, Ill., May 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Kemper Corp. (NYSE: KEM) has named Susan C. Bradford as assistant treasurer, effective June 1. In this position, Bradford will be responsible for cash management, management reporting and the implementation of new accounting pronouncements. She will report to John Burns, treasurer of Kemper Corp. "We are looking forward to the experience Sue brings from having worked in an operating company," Burns said. "Her experience will provide a new point of view for us, and her perspective will be most valuable to the holding company." Bradford, 37, is currently treasurer and first vice president of Kemper Investors Life Insurance Company. Having begun her career at Kemper in 1980 as a supervisor of KILICO's accounting department, she has held various positions within the Kemper Financial Services (KFS) organization. In 1982 she was named director of KFS and KILICO's financial reporting, and in 1986 she was named director of KFS cash disbursements. Bradford received her bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Northern Iowa and a master's degree in management of information systems from DePaul University. She is a certified public accountant, and she has completed the FLMI (Fellow, Life Management Institute) program, the world's largest university-level educational program in insurance. Kemper Corp. is a nonoperating holding company with subsidiaries in asset management, securities brokerage, life insurance, reinsurance, property-casualty insurance and risk management. -0- 5/18/92 /CONTACT: Janice Kalmar, 708-540-4465, or Karen Fitzgerald, 708-540-4576, both of Kemper Corp./ (KEM) CO: Kemper Corp. ST: Illinois IN: INS SU: PER
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|Date:||May 18, 1992|
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