CNA Chief Financial Officer Resigns; New Chief Operations Officer Named
CNA said Al Miralles, executive vice president and chief financial officer, resigned to transition to a career in the technology sector. Larry Haefner, CNA's former chief actuary, was named to succeed Miralles as interim CFO while the company conducts an executive search for a permanent replacement, the company said in a statement.
Miralles joined CNA in 2011 as treasurer and head of investments. In 2014, he was named president of CNA's long-term care business. In 2017, Miralles became chief risk officer and then president of CNA Warranty. As CFO, Miralles was responsible for all aspects of CNA's financial organization, including asset and capital management, financial planning and analysis, investor relations, treasury services, corporate accounting, financial reporting, corporate tax, financial regulation, internal audit and corporate development, according to his company bio.
Haefner has been with CNA for 13 years, according to the company.
CNA also named Gary Haase to succeed Michael Costonis as chief operations officer. Costonis, after three years as COO, has been named as global head of marketing, strategy and innovation. Costonis joined CNA after 26 years with Accenture, most recently as senior managing director, according to his LinkedIn profile.
Haase, who has 20 years of industry knowledge, joins CNA from Catalina Holdings where he worked for over 17 years, most recently as group COO, according to his LinkedIn profile.