WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Institutional Longevity Markets Association (ILMA), the leading trade association for investors in longevity-related asset class and life settlements, will be holding its 10th Annual Investor Summit on April 18, 2018 in New York City, New York.
The Summit Panels will include:
Longevity and Life Expectancy Trends
Panelist: Mike Fasano, Fasano Associates and Bill Matczak, Milliman
New Tax Reporting Requirements for Life Settlements: What Investors
and Other Market Participants Should Expect
Panelist: Jack Kelly, The McPherson Group, LLP
Fully Dedicated vs. Multi-Strategy Asset Managers
Panelist: Bill Corry, Corry Capital Advisors, LLC and Andrew Lauck, RedBird Capital Partners LLC
The Changes and Challenges Caused by the Uptick in Direct to Consumer
Panelist: Dan Young, Vida Capital and Reid Buerger, Coventry
A Litigation and COI Update
Panelist: Tom Weinberger, Schulte Roth & Zabel, LLP
International Focus – The Canadian Market and the Issues and
Challenges Present When Insureds Reside Outside the U.S.
Panelist: Sheri Townsend, Asset Servicing Group, LLC, Michael Irey, ITM Twenty First and Steve Shapiro, Q Capital Strategies, LLC, Lorraine Fusco, Crown Life Canada
When: Wednesday, April 18, 2018 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. A cocktail reception will follow the Summit.
Where: SUNY Global Center -116 E 55th St, New York, NY 10022
To register: please visit http://www.lifemarketsassociation.org/register.html
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.