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Northeast Professional Planning Group, Inc. Appoints Lance P. Roteman

Mar 29 2014, 2:04am CDT | by

NPPG a leading regional employee benefits, retirement planning and actuarial consulting firm announces the appointment of Lance P. Roteman to Senior Vice President.

Red Bank, NJ, March 29, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Northeast Professional Planning Group, Inc., (NPPG) a leading regional employee benefits, retirement planning and actuarial consulting firm announces the...

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Northeast Professional Planning Group, Inc. Appoints Lance P. Roteman

Mar 29 2014, 2:04am CDT | by

NPPG a leading regional employee benefits, retirement planning and actuarial consulting firm announces the appointment of Lance P. Roteman to Senior Vice President.

Red Bank, NJ, March 29, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Northeast Professional Planning Group, Inc., (NPPG) a leading regional employee benefits, retirement planning and actuarial consulting firm announces the appointment of Lance P. Roteman to Senior Vice President. Mr. Roteman will be responsible for the firm’s administration of defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans, actuarial consulting, plan design and client advisory services.

A seasoned executive with over 20 years of comprehensive pension experience, Mr. Roteman provides a well-rounded perspective on servicing retirement plans with 100 to 30,000 participants. Lance began his career assisting clients with the day-to-day plan administration responsibilities including funding requirements, non-discrimination testing, QDRO calculations and preparation of government DOL, IRS and PBGC forms. Over the years, Lance consulted with clients on retirement plan design and expense projections, managed a team of analysts, served as operations leader responsible for monthly financials, recruitment and training. Prior to joining NPPG, Mr. Roteman was most recently a consultant for Mercer.

Michael M. Salerno, Founder and President of NPPG comments, “We are excited to welcome Lance to our team. Lance’s in-depth pension, actuarial and management experience will be a significant asset to our firm.” Mr. Salerno further adds, “We are confident Lance will continue our firm’s mission to provide innovative benefit solutions along with efficient workflow measures to meet the growing needs of our clients. Lance will manage the day-to-day operations of our Tarrytown, NY office.”

Mr. Roteman, an Enrolled Actuary, Member of the American Academy of Actuaries with a BA in Economics from State University of New York will be based in the Tarrytown, NY office.

About Northeast Professional Planning Group
Northeast Professional Planning Group (NPPG) is an independent full-service employee benefits, retirement planning and actuarial consulting firm, administering more than $2 billion in assets and more than 2,000 comprehensive employee benefit programs for clients nationwide. NPPG operates with our clients’ best interest in mind, customizing solutions to meet their business and financial goals. Clients include school boards and government agencies; members of the New York stock exchange; public companies and small entrepreneurial businesses.

For further information, contact Northeast Professional Planning Group, Inc. corporate office in Red Bank, NJ at (732) 758-1577 or visit us online at www.northeastprofessional.com

Contact Information:
Northeast Professional Planning Group
Marcia Anderson
732-758-1577
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www.northeastprofessional.com

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