Heritage Insurance Holdings, Inc. announced Thursday that Steven Martindale will be the company’s new chief financial officer starting on June 1, 2016, when Stephen Rohde will retire from the role.

Martindale formerly served as CFO at People’s Trust Insurance Company.

Rohde will continue to serve in an advisory capacity to help ensure a smooth transition.

Before serving as CFO at People’s Trust, a privately held insurer licensed in the State of Florida, Martindale was Chief Regulatory Officer for the State of Ohio and was responsible for leading the Offices of Risk Assessment, Product Regulation and Actuarial Services and Fraud, Enforcement and Licensing. Before working for the State of Ohio, he was a partner and consulting CFO for Focus CFO, a consultancy providing financial expertise and services on a permanent part-time basis to help clients navigate financial adjustments and growth. Earlier in his career, Martindale also worked at ProCentury as Vice President Corporate Governance, joining the company to help in the development of project management processes and the implementation of Sarbanes-Oxley compliance measures.

Heritage announced several other executive changes:

  • Sharon Binnun, Executive Vice President of Finance, has been appointed to Chief Accounting Officer.
  • Paul Neilson, Vice President of Claims, has been named the Company’s Chief Claims Officer.

Source: Heritage Insurance Holdings, Inc.

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