SOURCE: Life Insurance Settlement Association

Life Insurance Settlement Association

August 31, 2010 09:28 ET

Leading Life Settlement Association Concludes 4th Compliance Conference

ORLANDO, FL--(Marketwire - August 31, 2010) -  Last week, the leading association for the life settlement industry successfully concluded its 4th compliance conference. The Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA) convened its annual Compliance Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The annual gathering is the only conference geared towards the life settlement industry's compliance professionals and featured the widely popular Legal Roundtable. This year's event was attended by more than 30 licensed companies.

"The Compliance Conference always offers attendees a tremendous amount of value as it addresses the most important compliance-related issues of the day," commented Doug Head, LISA Executive Director. "As the voice of the industry, it is our responsibility to make sure this type of dialogue is occurring within the industry."

This year, the Conference tackled such issues as due diligence, privacy issues and even featured appearances by Amanda Jolley, Program Supervisor - Enforcement Division - Georgia Department of Insurance, and Amanda Squires (D), Georgia Insurance Commissioner candidate. "We're extremely grateful for Ms. Jolley's and Ms. Squires' remarks and insights during our meeting," added Mr. Head.

The LISA Events Department received praise from several conference attendees and it is currently planning its 16th Annual Fall Life Settlements Conference (November 2010 in Miami, FL). Interested persons who were not able to attend this year's Compliance Conference can experience this timely and enthralling conference from the comfort of their own office by purchasing the full featured video recording along presentation materials. Please contact the LISA office for more details.

About LISA

Established in 1994, the Life Insurance Settlement Association is the oldest and largest trade organization in the industry. Its goal is to promote the development, integrity, and reputation of the life settlement industry, and to promote a competitive market for the people it serves. LISA now represents over 130 members with a wide variety of interests in the industry. For more about the association, visit

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