LISA Members Elect New Board of Directors

Category LISA
Posted Date 05/09/2011
Publish By Marketwire
Publish Date 05/06/2011
Rating Positive

Marketwire, 6 May 2011

At its 17th Annual Spring Life Settlement Conference, the members of the Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA) elected five (5) members to its Board of Directors. The new Directors, who were elected during a members-only meeting, are:

- Adam Balinsky, President, Caldwell Funding
- Brian Casey, Partner, Locke, Lord, Bissell & Liddell, LLP
- Rob Haynie, President, Life Insurance Settlement, Inc.
- Jim Maxson, Partner, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP
- Jon Mendelsohn, President & CEO, Ashar Group

Each member will serve a two-year term.

The conference also played host to a dynamic mix of conference attendees who came from a wide cross section of the life settlement and financial services marketplace. “The conference was a tremendous success and proved to be a great opportunity for attendees to network and learn more about this emerging asset class,” said Darwin Bayston, Executive Director of the Life Insurance Settlement Association.

Highlights of the LISA Conference included: keynote addresses delivered by U.S. Senator Robert P. Casey, Jr. (PA) and James Donelon, Commissioner of Insurance, State of Louisiana; a panel discussion on industry best practices; and discussions on the long-term growth of the industry and institutional investor participation.

LISA will host its 17th Annual Fall Life Settlement Conference and Life Settlement Compliance Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, October 3-5, 2011.

The Life Insurance Settlement Association is a nonprofit trade association, serving the secondary life insurance market. LISA represents the industry and works with public policy makers, both state and federal, on the issues affecting consumers in this market.

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