(Bloomberg) — Aflac Inc., the largest seller of supplemental health insurance, says President Paul Amos II will have expanded duties for Japan operations and investments as the company prepares for the eventual departure of his father, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Dan Amos, 61.

Paul Amos, 37, will work with Aflac Japan President Tohru Tonoike and Chief Investment Officer Eric Kirsch and will continue to report to Chief Financial Officer Kriss Cloninger, the Columbus, Georgia-based company said today in a statement. Executive Vice President Kenneth Janke was named president of Aflac U.S., a region that Paul Amos has overseen for more than eight years. The moves are effective July 1.

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