BOSTON, Nov. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Signator Investors, Inc. has named Joseph Terry deputy chief compliance officer, with responsibilities for overall compliance and supervision and assisting with implementing the DOL fiduciary rule across the broker-dealer, it was announced today by Christopher Maryanopolis, president, Signator Investors, Inc. Mr. Terry will report to Thomas Horack, Signator's chief compliance officer, and work from Signator's St. Petersburg, FL office. Prior to joining Signator, Mr. Terry had been the chief supervision officer for AIG's Advisor Group overseeing the supervision activities of both the retail and investment advisory businesses for all four of the AIG Advisor Group broker-dealers and leading an organization of approximately 100 employees responsible for supervision. "We couldn't be more pleased to welcome Joe to Signator," said Maryanopolis. "His experience in the independent broker-dealer space will be an asset and he will add tremendous insight and perspective as we implement the DOL fiduciary rule and grow our network. Compliance and supervision are more critical than ever, both to an organization and to its advisors, and we feel that adding Joe to our team strengthens Signator's position among the country's leading broker-dealers." Before joining AIG Advisor Group, Mr. Terry had held positions at Horace Mann Investors, Inc., as president, CEO and chief compliance officer; at Nationwide in compliance, and at Edward Jones as an advisor. Mr. Terry received his Certified Regulatory Compliance Professional (CRCP) designation from the FINRA Institute at Wharton. He has an MBA and MS from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and a BA from Westminster College. He holds Series 4, 7, 24, 27, 53, 63 and life insurance licenses.