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Todd Lacey Named Stadion’s Chief Business Development Officer

Watkinsville, Ga., April 24, 2017 – Stadion Money Management, known for its asset allocation solutions using ETFs and alternative investment strategies, today announced the appointment of Todd Lacey as Chief Business Development Officer of Stadion’s retirement business. This newly created position will entail overseeing the relationships with Stadion’s current retirement recordkeeping partners, as well as identifying and developing new channels of distribution and product development within its expanding retirement business.

“In recent years, we’ve seen growing demand from the financial adviser community to broaden our suite of retirement products,” said Jud Doherty, Stadion’s President and CEO. “Todd brings extensive experience in this industry, making him the ideal addition to Stadion’s leadership team as we expand our already deep footprint in the retirement space.”

Lacey brings 20 years’ experience in the retirement industry to Stadion. He previously held several leadership roles at Transamerica, most recently serving as EVP of Strategy and Corporate Development for Investments and Retirement. Prior to Transamerica, Lacey was the Founder & President of The (k)larity Group, a retirement plan advisory firm and 2010 Plan Sponsor Retirement Plan Adviser Team of the Year finalist.

“Stadion has a stellar reputation in the retirement space, driven by its heritage and continuous product innovation,” said Lacey. “I’m looking forward to my new role, helping to bring our retirement solutions to advisers nationwide.”

Concurrently, Stadion announced that Kerr McGowan has been promoted to SVP, Retirement Solutions. In this new role, Kerr will be leading the implementation and development of retirement products. Kerr has been with the firm for more than 10 years, having a key role in retirement product development and relationship management.

About Stadion Money Management

Established in 1993, Stadion Money Management is an independent firm headquartered near Athens, Georgia. Stadion’s proprietary money management focuses on asset allocations using ETFs and liquid alternative strategies designed to minimize risk while achieving investor objectives. As of 3/31/17, Stadion managed approximately $3.4 billion. Visit Stadion Money Management at www.stadionmoney.com.

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Past Performance is no guarantee of future results. Investments are subject to risk, and any of Stadion's investment strategies may lose money.