DealFlow Media's Life Settlements Conference 2008

This program has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the Continuing Legal Education Board. CLE Credit will be granted to attorneys.

Click here for the official conference website and registration form. (Las Vegas, NV)

Investment bankers, hedge funds, brokers and attorneys gather for three days of intensive education and networking at The Life Settlements Conference 2008.

This is the largest independent event for those involved in the secondary life market, covering the complex legal and structural issues, industry trends, investment updates, and perspectives on global opportunities.

Conference Topics:
- Building Diversified Portfolios Suitable for Institutional Investment
- Managing the Administration of Policies in a Life Settlements Fund
- The Changing Role of the Provider
- Contestable Policies: Are They Hurting the Market?
- What Went Wrong with Life Expectancy Reports?
- What you Should know if you're Launching or Investing in a Life Settlements Fund
- Predicting Risk & Return Based on Sub-Strategy and Policy Selection
- Litigation Developments
- The State of the European Market: The Effects of the Credit Crunch
- Small Face Policies: Are they the Wave of the Future?
- Derivatives & New Tradable Indices
- Premium Financing & STOLIs
- The Emergence of Insurance Carriers into the Market
- What is Ahead for Securitization?
- Bank Owned Life Insurance & Corporate Owned Life Insurance
- New Legislation: How the Model Acts are Affecting the Market
- Broker/Dealer Regulations

Who Should Attend:
- Investment Bankers & Advisors
- Hedge Fund Managers
- Life Settlement Companies
- Attorneys
- Securities Investors
- Service Providers & Brokers
- Producers
- Premium Finance Companies
- Mutual Fund Managers
- Pension Plans & Endowments
- Family Office Managers
- Regulators
- Insurance Companies

Boris Ziser, Partner
Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP

California & New York: Will the Two Largest Markets Remain Unregulated?
Bills addressing Life Settlements stalled in the California and New York legislatures, making it more likely that these two states will remain unregulated – at least into 2009. With hope that the proposals could still be revived and adopted this year, this panel explores how legislation would help the industry flourish.