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HANYS Benefit Services names Noah Buck president

Buck brings 20 years of retirement and benefits industry experience to leadership role of boutique advisory agency 

Rensselaer, NY July 14, 2022— HANYS Benefit Services announced today Noah Buck has been appointed president. Buck steps into the advisory agency’s leadership role at a time when organizations are seeking expert retirement and employee benefits guidance for fiduciary governance and employee engagement.

With HBS since 2019, Buck had most recently served as interim president and was previously vice president of client relationship management. Before joining HBS, Buck was a principal in Milliman’s employee benefits practice. He earned a Bachelor of Science in management science and information systems from Penn State University and a Master of Business Administration from SUNY Albany.

"I’m honored to be leading a team that is passionate about making sure our clients are meeting their organization’s and employees’ needs,” said Buck. “A focused approach to retirement and employee benefits plans is critical for compliance as well as the recruitment and retention of staff. I'm proud of what HBS achieves for our clients day in and day out, and I look forward to bringing HBS’ impact to more organizations, and in turn, to their employees.   

With its niche in the nonprofit healthcare industry, HANYS Benefit Services has grown to provide customized, full-service retirement and employee benefits solutions to organizations in all industries. Organizations interested in learning more about HBS’ services are encouraged to reach out to nbuck@hanys.org or call (800) 388-1963. 

About HANYS Benefit Services 

HANYS Benefit Services is an industry-leading full-service independent consulting firm, registered investment advisor and broker-dealer. HBS delivers tangible business results to finance and human resource leaders, enabling them to enhance retirement and employee benefit plan offerings while remaining competitive and reducing overall plan costs.  

HANYS Benefit Services is a marketing name of Healthcare Community Securities Corporation, member FINRA/SIPC, and an SEC Registered Investment Advisor. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice.

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