A director appointed by Gov. Rick Scott at state-run insurer Citizens has resigned to take a newly-created job at the company as chief risk officer.
John Rollins, appointed to the board of directors by Scott in 2011, resigned from the board Monday and was named to the new position Friday. Rollins previously served as director of analytics at Citizens in 2006 and 2007, a company statement said.
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