Tuesday, June 30, 2015

HANYS Benefit Services Creates Satellite Office in New York City Area

To meet the growing need in the New York City area, HANYS Benefit Services (HBS), an industry leader with more than 45 years of providing trusted advisory services, retirement plan offerings, and best-in-class employee benefits products, recently expanded operations to a new location in Melville, New York.



HBS hired a new team of executives, led by Peter Margiotta, Vice President, Client Relationship Development, to deepen access to senior executives for New York City area clients.
“We are very excited to have Peter on board, leading the charge to strengthen our downstate presence,” said James Kelley, HBS President. “HBS strives to build real relationships with our clients, creating a shared fiduciary responsibility with the companies we advise. Having a full team based in Melville will allow us to better serve our New York City clients in this capacity.”

Peter Margiotta has more than 25 years of experience in the retirement benefit planning industry, specializing in retirement plans for healthcare and not-for-profit organizations. Before joining HBS, he held positions including National Sales Director at Great-West, where he was responsible for the marketing of products and overseeing the transition and integration of new clients. He began his career with Mutual of New York/Diversified Investment Advisors, where his responsibilities included client servicing and marketing. He is responsible for enhancing the client relationship experience, retirement plan consulting, and new business development for the New York City area.

HBS, originally formed to support healthcare employers in New York in the delivery of superlative employee benefit programs, is now an industry leader in employee benefits and retirement plan consulting. HBS delivers tangible business results to human resource leaders, enabling them to enhance their plan offerings while remaining competitive and reducing overall plan costs.

HBS is headquartered near Albany, with offices in Cranford, New Jersey, Rochester, Tonawanda, and now Melville, New York.