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Roger H. Ganser Named BetterInvesting Interim CEO

MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. – June 27, 2008 - In a unanimous vote, the NAIC-BetterInvesting Board of Directors has elected Roger H. Ganser interim Chief Executive Officer. Ganser’s appointment to the organization’s senior executive post took place at a special board meeting held on June 24th, 2008, and takes effect immediately. In addition to his new interim responsibilities, Ganser will retain his role as NAIC-BetterInvesting Chairman of the Board.

Ganser will serve in his new position on a volunteer basis.  In recognition of his service, BetterInvesting will make three annual contributions of $7,500 each in his name to the Building Wealth education program for youth.

Ganser’s primary responsibility will be to lead BetterInvesting’s board-approved reorganization program, which is focused on streamlining operations and strengthening the role of BetterInvesting’s volunteer community.

The Board will proceed with plans to recruit a permanent Chief Executive Officer. Ganser has indicated that he will not be a candidate for the permanent position.

“Since its founding in 1951, BetterInvesting has helped over five million men and women become better, more informed investors,” commented Ganser. “I look forward to working with our staff and volunteers to continue and expand this time-critical mission.”  



BetterInvesting is the brand identity of the National Association of Investors Corporation, a national, nonprofit association with members consisting of individual investors and investment clubs. Founded in 1951 and with headquarters in Madison Heights, Mich., BetterInvesting is considered the voice of the individual investor, as well as the pioneer of the modern investment club movement. BetterInvesting is dedicated to providing a sound program of investment education and information to help its members become successful long-term, lifetime investors.

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