FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Armstrong Robinson
December 14, 2018 (202) 772-2493
A First for an AALU Leader
Washington, D.C. – AALU CEO Marc Cadin has accepted the invitation to join the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s (the Chamber) Association Committee of 100 (C100) Network – the community for leading trade association executives. This is a first in AALU’s history.
Over the last five decades, the Chamber has convened leaders from the top trade associations twice a year to share their perspectives, best practices, problem solving techniques, and strategic intelligence on global, national, and local trends that affect association members.
“The Chamber’s Committee of the 100 largest trade associations is the quintessential Washington power forum where members can leverage each other’s relationships to advance a pro free market policy agenda. The C100 is lucky to have Marc Cadin and the powerful AALU membership,” said ACLI CEO Susan Neely who is the immediate past chair of the C100.
“Marc Cadin is a tremendous leader for AALU during a period of evolution and opportunity for our profession,” said David Byers, AALU President. “His invitation to join the C100 affirms that his peers and colleagues see him as we do. Marc’s participation in the C100 will enhance AALU’s ability to elevate the profession among some of the most influential leaders in America.”
Since 1957, AALU has been the leading organization of financial professionals who provide life insurance and retirement planning solutions for individuals, families, and businesses. AALU has a rich history of success with a single focus on the issues impacting life and annuity products, and the clients its members serve. Headquartered in Washington, D.C., AALU is committed to providing its members with the essential tools and services required to help grow their businesses, serve their clients, and protect the financial and retirement security of the American people.
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