March 9, 2000 |
Paul Farber, executive vice president of 21st Century Insurance Group, resigned, becoming the latest defection from the Woodland Hills-based insurer. Farber, 48, who also held the position of chief operating officer, was leaving to "pursue other interests." He joined the company in 1984 and held various positions in the claims, marketing and operations areas of the company. Bruce Marlow, who was named president and chief executive last month, will assume Farber's operating responsibilities.
January 25, 2000 |
The chief executive of 21st Century Insurance Group has resigned as insurance behemoth and majority shareholder American International Group continued to strengthen its hold over the smaller Woodland Hills-based insurer. William L. Mellick, president of 21st Century since 1994 and its CEO since 1995, said in a statement released Monday that he is resigning his positions at the company and on its board, effective Feb. 4., to "pursue other business and personal interests."