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Life Insurance Settlement Association Looks to Sell Out Its Annual Institutional Investor Life Settlement Conference for Fourth Year in a Row

ORLANDO, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 01/15/14 -- The 4th Annual Institutional Investor Life Settlement Conference hosted by the Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA) is the hallmark investor-based event that links pension funds, hedge funds, family offices, foundations and endowments to the life insurance secondary market. The Conference will be held at The Westin New York at Times Square on February 24, 2014. Online Registration is available now.

Investors and secondary market attendees will learn and discuss new trends and opportunities in life settlements, ranging from new initiatives related to policy origination, the evolving connection between long-term care and life settlements, the importance of a vibrant tertiary market and much more -- the full Agenda is available now.

LISA is pleased to announce that Scott Hawkins of Conning will present Conning's market forecast, the issues investors need to be aware of when considering entering the life settlement market, and the opportunities and challenges in developing settlements as a funding solution for long-term care, as outlined in Conning's recent report, "Life Settlements: A New Opportunity in Smaller Policies."

Attendees can also look forward to an interactive discussion led by Dr. Lauren Cohen of Harvard Business School, along with Alan Buerger of Coventry First and Gary Brown of CMG Life Services, on the recent case study, "Seeking Alpha in the Afterlife." The case will provide a self-analysis of the life settlement industry and give attendees an opportunity to explore innovative business strategies to increase market share and activity.

Other key topics include:

  • Policy Origination: A Broader Market Encompassing Long-Term Care
  • Life Settlements and Long-Term Care -- A Common Connection
  • The Reduced Risks of Litigation -- Recent Decisions are Encouraging
  • The Latest Developments about Life Settlement Securitization
  • Tertiary Markets Play an Important Role in the Viability of Life Settlement Markets
  • Market Best Practices -- Crucial to Industry Integrity

Don't miss out on the opportunity to network with other leading plan sponsors, pension administrators, corporate treasurers, trustees, foundations, endowments, and investment consultants and engage in and create a dialogue with peers about investing in the life settlement asset class. In addition, the conference offers an overview on several major legal developments involving the secondary market, including recent rulings and national trends.

This event is limited in space and each Investor Conference since its inception has sold out. LISA encourages individuals to register as soon as possible as we are currently offering an early bird rate that ends this Friday, January 17, in addition to significantly discounted rates for qualified Institutional Investors.

LISA proudly acknowledges platinum sponsors Coventry First and CMG Life Services for their support of this event.

Contact the LISA office at (407) 894-3797 for more information or visit the event website.

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