Genworth Slumps as CFO's Exit Leaves Groh to Clean Up AccountingBy
Klein is leaving to take a job at a financial services company
Principal accounting officer Groh to replace Klein as CFO
Genworth Financial Inc., which has the worst-performing stock among large U.S. insurers this year, extended its slump after announcing that Chief Financial Officer Martin Klein resigned to take a role at another company.
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