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In order to maintain the ability to operate in New York state under grandfather provisions, all life settlement providers were required to file transaction document forms by the end of last week.   While the licensing requirements do not go into effect until next month, the state required that all transaction forms be filled with the state ahead of time.  Life settlement providers are awaiting the release of the application form, which is expected shortly.  2010 will be an active year on the regulatory front as three other states – California, Illinois, and Rhode Island – implement legislation to regulate life ...
Map of European Neolithic at the apogee of Danubian expansion, ca. 4500-4000 BC. The Ertebølle-Ellerbeck is shown in red in Denmark, prior to its Baltic expansion. The Ertebølle culture (ca 5300 BC-3950 BC) is the name of a hunter-gatherer and fisher, pottery-making culture dating to the end of the Mesolithic period. The culture was concentrated in Southern Scandinavia, but genetically linked to strongly related cultures in Northern Germany and the Northern Netherlands. It is named after the type site, a location in the small village of Ertebølle on Limfjorden in Danish Jutland . In the 1890s, the National Museum of Denmark ...
Life Insurance Settlement Finds Hidden Cash for Annuity Purchase ...
A life insurance settlement may hold the hidden source of cash to fund your next fixed indexed annuity sale. Every agent on the planet who is actively selling annuities has heard the objection from a prospect, “I love your concept, but all my money is tied up.” Of course, your comeback is to motivate Mr. & Mrs. Prospect to move at least ... market research, surveys and trends
Live Contended Old Age With Life Settlement Broker
We all know that life is unpredictable and in spite of all our efforts, we can never be sure whether we will live a contended life or not. Usually, we fail to settle such unexpected expenses and get depressed, as all our long term savings get drained in solving these financial problems. For senior citizens, dealing with such uncertain financial problems is more difficult, as most of the senior citizens do not possess any steady source of monthly income. However, now they can also manage to the suitable financial solution for their problems, as there are many financial services and schemes that are specially tailored to benefit ... market research, surveys and trends


Texas Seizes Assets of Life Settlement Company Charged with ...
National Life Settlements� Howard G. Judah Jr., Gregory F. Jablonski falsely guaranteed lucrative investment returns Feb. 27, 2009 - A receiver appointed by a Texas judge has seized the assets of National Life Settlements of Houston. The Texas State Securities Board announced the seizure, charging that the company sold more than $20 million in fraudulent life insurance settlement contracts to mostly senior citizens that included retired state employees, retired teachers and other Texas investors. State District Court Judge Suzanne Covington of Travis County appointed the receiver at the request of ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Pension funds bet on death through life settlements
Allegheny and Westmoreland counties are trying to reduce their pension funds' exposure to the volatile stock market through a relatively new type of investment based on life insurance policies. The two governments' modest investments in life settlements -- buying and selling the rights to the death benefits paid by life insurance policies covering wealthy individuals -- is not common in the pension fund world, where real estate, hedge funds, private equity and other alternative investments have been mainstays for years. Interest in the emerging market was sparked by the stock market's slide in late 2008 and early ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
A question for the press corps about Breitbart
in The New Yorker magazine. He has been widely quoted by major news organizations on a whole host of topics and has received a great deal of press attention for his various pet crusades. So here's my question: Has any news org done a stand-alone story on the damage the Shirley Sherrod mess has done -- or should do -- to his credibility? Have any high profile traditional media figures come right out and said that Breitbart -- who admitted flat out that he received the Sherrod video unedited and posted it without tracking down the orignal -- has dealt himself a severe blow here? These are sincere questions. How much of this ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
The pay czar's Wall Street report card
Obama's "pay czar," plans to name some embarrassing names tomorrow. Specifically, he will cite 17 "bailed-out companies" for paying $1 billion in "unwarranted or ill-advised" compensation to their executives during 2008. At the New York Observer, Max Abelson writes that the litany of shame has the potential to be "relatively awesome." At first glance, however, I'm not sure why. Businesweek: (Italics mine.) Executives won't be identified by name, though companies will be, one of the people said. Feinberg may publicly pressure companies to return compensation. He doesn't ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


A Lively Market
Feb 21, 2007 ... A Lively Market In 'Death Bonds'. Ever Diversifying Its Bets, Wall Street. Is Investing in Life-Insurance Policies ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Apr 29, 2009 ... Source: Leimberg, Callahan, Casey, Magner, Reed, Rybka, and Siegert, Life Settlement Planning, (Tools & Techniques, Cincinnati, Ohio: 2008.) ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
How Does the Life Settlement Affect the Primary Life Insurance ...
the introduction, is the source of surplus for the life settlement market. We will assume that the secondary market only operates in period 2. ...
Google Answers: Life Settlement Industry
I need specific information regarding the Life Settlement Industry. Life Settlements are existing life insurance policies, sold in the secondary market. Investors buy these policies based on Life Expectancies attributed to the insured by underwriting companies. If the Life expectancy is off, the investors may suffer losses. It is my belief therefore, that the widespread practice of investors is to purchase reinsurance, to cover themselves in a case where the insured exceeds his Life Expectancy. This is my question: I need a list off all these reinsurance or bonding companies. Their contact numbers or website. The ...
Can I cancel my Life Insurance policy with Northwestern Mutual ...
Hi I was just wondering if I could cancel my life insurance with Northwestern Mutual just cause I can no longer afford it. Even if they try to reduce it I just can't afford it. Do you know if cancelling the life Insurance is easy? Wow; everyone's really quick to tell you how to terminate your policy, but there's not much discussion about if/why you should. Do you still have a need for the insurance (dependents)? If so, this probably places your policy darned near the top of your budget priorities. You should do just about anything short of risking starvation or living under a bridge to keep it in place.