Bischof Promoted to Vice President, Enterprise Risk Management at Conseco

CARMEL, Ind., April 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Conseco, Inc. (NYSE: CNO) announced that Timothy S. Bischof has been promoted to vice president, enterprise risk management, reporting to Tim Tongson, senior vice president and corporate actuary. Mr. Bischof is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the enterprise-wide risk management process in conjunction with Conseco's Enterprise Risk Management Committee.

At Conseco, Mr. Bischof served previously as senior director, corporate actuarial, with responsibility for supporting the chief actuary in providing oversight of the company's insurance businesses and planning leadership. He joined the company in 2001, following six years as an actuary with Indianapolis Life Insurance Co. and CIGNA Corp.

Mr. Bischof, 36, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics and education from Rockhurst College, and a Master of Science in statistics from the University of Iowa. He is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries (FSA) and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (MAAA).

"This position recognizes our commitment to efficiently manage risk by dedicating significant resources to ensure consistent and systematic application of ERM best practices," Tongson said. "Tim Bischof brings the experience and technical skills necessary to achieve this commitment."

Conseco, Inc.'s insurance companies help protect working American families and seniors from financial adversity: Medicare supplement, long-term care, cancer, heart/stroke and accident policies protect people against major unplanned expenses; annuities and life insurance products help people plan for their financial futures. For more information, visit Conseco's web site at www.conseco.com.

SOURCE Conseco, Inc.

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