Mark Schlafly has resigned as president and chief executive officer at FSC Securities, one of the three independent broker-dealer groups owned by AIG, Linda Malamut, a company spokeswoman confirmed Tuesday afternoon.
The company had not named a replacement for Schlafly, who had been at FSC Securities since June 2008, according to his profile on LinkedIn. Larry Roth, president and chief executive officer of Advisor Group, will assume Schlafly’s responsibilities, carrying both titles, until a replacement is named.
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