Alleghany’s Gorham to Cede CFO Job to Focus on Bonds

Alleghany Corp., the insurer that bought Transatlantic Holdings Inc., said Roger B. Gorham will step down as chief financial officer to focus on managing the $16 billion fixed-income portfolio.

Gorham will remain CFO until a successor is identified and then be named senior vice president, head of fixed income, and treasurer, the New York-based insurer said today in a regulatory filing.

(Corrects spelling of Gorham in second paragraph of story published Jan. 22.)
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