The Institutional Longevity Markets Association to hold its 8th Annual Investor Summit in New York City, New York

WASHINGTON--()--The Institutional Longevity Markets Association (ILMA), the leading trade association for investors in longevity-related asset class and life settlements, will be holding its 8th Annual Investor Summit on June 6, 2016 in New York City, NY.

The ILMA Summit will focus on the spectrum of transactions conducted in the longevity market, including secondary and tertiary trading in life settlements, synthetic settlements and other derivative transactions and transfers of longevity risk to the capital markets.

The Summit Panels will include:

  • Cost of Insurance and Beyond: A regulators view
    Jim Wrynn, Former Superintendent of the New York State Insurance Department
  • Lessons learned: Experiences of the last 15 years
    Chris Conway, Longevity Asset Advisors / Jon Nelson, Preston Ventures
  • Discussion of Full Integration vs. Outsourcing for Asset Managers
    Perry Gillies, Lyric Services, LLC / Adam Meltzer, Vida Capital / Jayson Winer, Platinum Partners
  • The Effect of Leverage Coming Back to the Market
    J. Brian Bailey, CSG Investments / Scott Crohn, Axiom Asset Advisors
  • The German Market
    Christian Seidl, BVZL International e.V.
  • The New Normal: How current trends in the life insurance industry effect the life settlement market?
    Robert Hauff, Wells Fargo
  • New Tools in Medical Risk Analysis
    Mike Fasano, Fasano Associates
  • A Legal and Legislative Update
    Jack Kelly, ILMA / Tom Weinberger, Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP

When: Monday, June 6, 2016, 9:00 am – 5:15 pm. A cocktail reception will follow the Summit.

Where: Schulte Roth & Zabel, 919 Third Avenue, New York, NY 10022

Cost: $495.00

To register: please visit

About ILMA:

ILMA is a not-for-profit trade association focused on the longevity-related marketplace. By creating innovative capital market solutions, ILMA members seek to expand consumer choice in one of their most important assets - their life insurance. The Association is a leader in establishing best practices and in raising awareness about this growing and vital industry.

ILMA's MISSION is to expand and apply capital market solutions in life insurance, educate consumers that their insurance may be a valuable asset, expand consumer choices about how to manage it, and support the responsible growth and regulation of the industry. We believe that expanded consumer choice and full disclosure of all fees is good for the consumer and for the industry.


Institutional Longevity Markets Association
Kate Houston, 202-552-2788


Institutional Longevity Markets Association
Kate Houston, 202-552-2788