Reg Baker
Reg Baker
Reg Baker

HONOLULU – The Hawaii Medical Assurance Association (HMAA) announced today Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Chief Operating Officer (COO) Reg Baker has resigned as of Sept. 1, 2014 and Executive Chairman John Henry Felix will temporarily assume the CFO and COO positions.

“We want to thank Reg for his work and dedication to HMAA,” said Felix. “We were fortunate to have him here and wish him well in his future endeavors.”

Baker, a CPA, has extensive community involvement with many organizations like Junior Achievement, SBA, SBH, Hawaii Chamber, HSCPA’s and Navy League serving as Chairman or Treasurer over the years.

HMAA, Hawaii’s leading innovative health insurance company, is celebrating 25 years as one of Hawaii’s most trusted health insurance companies by small and mid-sized businesses. A local business itself, HMAA was founded by health care visionary Arnold Baptiste Sr. in 1989 and continues to provide superior health benefits to Hawaii businesses.

HMAA is Hawaii’s leading provider of health insurance benefits for small and medium-sized businesses. It also provides large employers with superior health benefits. HMAA’s value-added division includes Business Alliance Hawaii, Wellness Alliance Hawaii and other unique services for its 40,000 members. For more information, please go to www.hmaa.com or visit us on Facebook at “HMAA Wellness.”a comment about my extensive community involvement with many organizations like Junior Achievement, SBA, SBH, Hawaii Chamber, HSCPA’s and Navy League serving as Chairman or Treasurer over the years.

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