Axa Financial appoints new CFO

Axa Financial, the US subsidiary of the French-based insurance group, has appointed Richard Dziadzio as its new chief financial officer. Dziadzio, who starts his new job from 1 January, replaces Stanley Tulin, who is retiring having served as CFO since 1997.

Dziadzio was previously deputy CFO of Axa Financial, responsible for expenses and facilities management, sourcing and procurement, controllers and tax. Dziadzio began his career with Axa in 1994 in Paris as a senior analyst in corporate

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