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Mike Morrissey is chairman of Protective Life, a Fortune 500 provider of life insurance, annuities and other financial products. Protective Life is owned by Dai Ichi Life Group, one of the world’s largest life insurance companies.
Previously, he was president and chief executive officer of the International Insurance Society (IIS) for 11 years. He continues his 30-year involvement in the leadership of the IIS as a member of its executive council and as its special adviser. He is a steering committee member of the World Economic Forum’s “Longevity Economy” initiative, as well as chairman of Legeis Capital, an alternative asset management firm.
Morrissey earned a BA from Boston College and an MBA from Dartmouth. He has completed the Harvard Business School Corporate Financial Management Program and has a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.