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Vice President & General Manager, Health Care Reform

Victor Saliterman is Senior Vice President & General Manager, Health Care Reform for ADP’s Employer Services Division, based in Roseland, NJ.

Victor leads the ADP-wide health care strategy across business units, product management, sales and marketing, service and finance to meet profitability and growth objectives. In addition, he is responsible for leading Added Value Services’ emerging Health Care business unit and serves as liaison to the ADP Executive Committee (XCOM) in support of the company’s enterprise-wide health care strategy.

Prior to his current role, Victor led ADP’s Insurance Services business, which provides ADP small and mid-sized clients property/casualty and health & benefit insurance solutions fully integrated with the Company’s payroll services. The business serves over 100,000 clients, with more than $900 million in in-force premiums, and during his tenure achieved compound average growth rates of over 25% for sales, revenue, and clients. Previously, he was Senior Vice President, Marketing for ADP where, among other initiatives, he developed and launched the ADP National Employment Report.

Before joining ADP, Victor was Senior Vice President of Prudential Retirement’s Retail Business, and President of Prudential Bank & Trust, F.S.B, responsible for asset retention for defined contribution rollover participants. Earlier, he led Participant Solutions for CIGNA Retirement & Investment Services, responsible for operations, service, and communication and education for 1.5 million pension plan participants. Victor also co-led the development of CIGNA’s integrated health, group benefits and retirement services strategy. Prior to that, he served with Accenture’s Strategic Services consulting practice.

Victor received an MBA in Finance from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and is a graduate of Connecticut College. He lives in Mendham, NJ with his wife Megan and three children.

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