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    • Team Discounts & Exclusive Promotions Call Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 2nd Life Settlements & Longevity Summit TM September 30 – October 1, 2009 New York City Delivering Superior Returns through Smart Investments in Life Settlements, Longevity Risk and Life Insurance Securitization “Attending IQPC’s Life Settlements conference is a great way to make sense of this promising, uncorrelated asset class” - Christopher McGlashan, Special Counsel, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, LLP 40+ industry-leading speakers, including these innovators and investors: Mike Kreidler Emmanuel Modu Ron Steijn Mike Fasano Commissioner Managing Director and Global Group Vice President, Head of President Washington Insurance Head of Structured Finance Asset Management Fasano & Associates Commission AM Best ABB Pension Fund Switzerland Thomas Hampton Rene Nunez Hal Singer Matthew Browndorf Commissioner Chair, Investment Committee President Chief Investment Officer DC Insurance Department Texas Permanent School Fund Empiris Browndorf PEM The most comprehensive life settlements- New for September 2009: related content, enabling you to: • Pension & Endowment Fund Think Tank, delivering exclusive educational content for institutional investors • Get the global picture for investments in life settlements, with exclusive insights regarding the Asian, Latin-American and Eastern European markets • Insurance Commissioners’ Roundtable – benefit from the latest regulatory insights from the commissioners of Washington • Overcome the pricing issues associated with life settlement portfolios by State, Pennsylvania, DC and Maryland gaining a deeper understanding of the methodologies used by LE providers • Interactive Roundtable Sessions on your most pressing • Discover what the securitization of life settlements means for new and issues, enabling you to brainstorm solutions with your peers existing investors in the asset class • New investor insights from pension funds, endowment • Invest in confidence by gaining a comprehensive understanding of new funds and private equity firms, giving you a 360º regulatory developments, IRS rulings and litigation outcomes perspective on investment trends for life settlements Medical Life Expectancy Debate! “The Future of Human Longevity” Dr. Aubrey De Grey Dr. Jay Olshanksy "Radical postponement Chairman & Professor of “Nothing in gerontology of age-related ill-health is Founder Epidemiology comes close to fulfilling the a feasible medical goal." VS promise of dramatically Methuselah University of Illinois Foundation at Chicago extended human lifespans.” Sponsors: Register Now! Call Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
    • An outstanding line-up of investors, fund managers and industry experts: 2nd Life Settlements Rene Nunez, Chair, Investment Committee, Texas Permanent School Fund & Longevity Summ Ron Steijn, Group Vice President, Head of it TM Asset Management, ABB Pension Fund Switzerland Matthew Browndorf, Chief Investment Dear Colleague, Officer, Browndorf PEM Joel Ario, Commissioner, Clearly, 2009 is a year of tremendo Pennsylvania Insurance Department us opportunity for investors in life More seniors are turning to the life settlements and longevity. settlement option than ever before, Thomas Hampton, Commissioner, product on the market and creating increasing the amount of DC Insurance Department a strong negotiating position for inves global stock volatility is intensifying tors. At the same time, the need to diversify with an unco Ralph Tyler, Commissioner, settlements, it seems, have never been rrelated asset. Life such a great investment. Maryland Insurance Department It isn’t all roses, however. Following Mike Kreidler, Commissioner, the life expectancy revision in 2008 on their portfolios and there rema , many investors lost money Washington Insurance Commission ins widespread uncertainty regarding the new LEs be trusted? Will they LEs currently in place. Can Steven Bloom, Senior Portfolio Analyst, too be revised upwards in the next investors do to guard against that few years? What can APG Investments extension risk? Furthermore, the envir settlements grows increasingly more onment for investing in life complicated with new tax rulings, Heinz Kubli, Managing Partner, Fundabilis lack of nationwide consensus on the regulatory changes and a definition of “insurable interest”. The Emmanuel Modu, Managing Director and but the complexity is real too. opportunities are real, Global Head of Structured Finance, AM Best Taking place in New York City from Antony Mott, Managing Director, Structured September 30th – October 1st, IQPC Longevity Summit has been spec ’s 2nd Life Settlements & Insurance Products, ICAP ifically designed to help you – the opportunities and pitfalls of this excit investor – make sense of the ing investment class. Whether you’ Jonas Mårtenson, Founder & CEO, – keen to maximize your existing inves re an experienced investor tment – or new to the market and Ress Capital suitability of the asset class, this conf still evaluating the erence delivers invaluable insights Jose Garcia, CEO, managers and industry experts, ensu from investors, fund ring you make the best possible decis Carlisle Fund Management ions for superior returns. • Confused about the regulatory Andrew Terrell, CEO, Bristlecone Capital environment for life settlements? Then don’t miss our Insurance Com Isaac Efrat, Senior Managing Director, missioners’ Roundtable, bringing toge Washington State, Thomas Hampton ther Mike Kreidler of Aladdin Capital of Washington DC, Joel Ario of Penn Ralph Tyler of Maryland, in an exten sylvania and ded panel discussion on the developm James Wang, Managing Director, attitudes towards investments in the ent of regulatory secondary market. See page 3 for Greater Asia Asset Management HK further details. • Want to know how institutional Victor DeLaet, CEO, investors are evaluating the asse Focused Money Solutions Don’t miss out on your chance to t class? meet with Steven Bloom of APG, Fund and Rene Nunez of Texas Perm Ron Steijn of ABB Pension Franz-Philippe Pryzbyl, CEO, anent School Fund – among man door Pension & Endowment Fund y others – in a closed- Berlin Atlantic Capital Think Tank that’s dedicated to the investors. See page 3 for further deta concerns of institutional ils. Ed Lay, Chairman & CEO, Emeritus Capital • Interested in a fresh perspective Kt Huang, Managing Director, on the life expectancy discussion Emeritus Capital IQPC is excited and honored to anno ? unce a special medical guest deba renowned gerontologist Dr. Aubrey te, featuring world- Brian Smith, CEO, Life Equity LLC de Grey in an explosive showdow Olshansky, Professor of Epidemio n with Dr. S. Jay logy at the University of Illinois at Michael Crane, Managing Director, Coventry human longevity and the prospects Chicago, on the future of for radical lifespan enhancement. Dr Jay Olshanksy, Professor of Epidemiology, details. See page 4 for further University of Illinois at Chicago Just three highlights from an agen Dr Aubrey De Grey, Chairman & Founder, da that is literally jam-packed with discussions, and critical insights into exciting new speakers, panel Methuselah Foundation the dynamics of the asset class. Dr Hal Singer, President, Empiris I look forward to meeting you in NYC this September! Brian Tijan, Director, Life Finance Group, Kind regards, Credit Suisse key Caleb Pitters, Director, Credit Suisse P . Don miss s fr om .S ’t Robin Willi, Principal, academic in sight BlueCrest Capital Management one of the Dr Hal Singer, ts in the . Mike Fasano, President, is leading econom e 3. Fasano & Associates Toby Donovan space – se e pag Program Director Finance IQ, a division of IQPC Who Will Attend: ■ 12% Pension Funds & Institutional Investors ■ 18% Hedge Funds ■ 15% Asset Management Firms & Other Buyside “For investors interested in life settlements, there are exciting opportunities ■ 15% Banks but a number of pitfalls too that can catch the unwary. Attending IQPC’s Life ■ 15% Life Settlement Settlements conference is a great way to make sense of this promising, Companies uncorrelated, yet challenging asset class.” ■ 10% Law Firms - Christopher McGlashan, Special Counsel, Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, LLP ■ 10% LE Provers & Underwriters ■ 5% Other 2 Register Now! Call Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
    • Main Conference Day 1 Wednesday, September 30, 2009 7:45 Registration & Coffee legislative scrutiny. What are the implications for investors, fund managers and life settlement providers? Do market participants need to change 8:45 Welcome & Chairman’s Opening Remarks their business practices? How will regulation shape the marketplace going • New investment structures and the implications of recent tax law changes forward? IQPC is honored to convene a panel discussion of insurance • Business as usual? The impact of new regulatory changes on the commissioners from Pennsylvania, DC, Washington State, and Maryland, future health and vitality of the life settlements market to debate the latest changes to life settlements regulation and answer your burning questions. Specific focus points are set to include: 9:00 The Future of Investments in Life Settlements: • Regulatory attitudes towards STOLI, and the emerging consensus on Towards a Deeper Understanding of the “insurable interest” Dynamics of the Asset Class • An overview of changes to state and federal life settlement regulations, • Examining the relationship between global equities and investment and their implications on existing and prospective investors levels in the life settlements space • Understanding how the new administration will regard the intersection • Exploring the possibility of a “correlation of mood”: How between insurance and the capital markets in general, and life investment decisions are made and why the uncertainty around settlements in particular equities is affecting the secondary market in life insurance • The effect of the downturn on pension funds and the solvency of seniors: Joel Ario Understanding the implications of an “inverse liquidity correlation” Commissioner • Alternative investments and the flight from equities: Examining the Pennsylvania Insurance Department role that life settlements can play in future asset allocation strategies Thomas Hampton Matthew Browndorf Commissioner Chief Investment Officer DC Insurance Department Browndorf PEM Ralph Tyler Michael Crane Commissioner Managing Director Maryland Insurance Department Coventry Mike Kreidler Heinz Kubli Commissioner Managing Partner Washington Insurance Department Fundabilis 1:00 Networking Lunch Brian Smith CEO 2:00 Fund Managers’ Perspectives on the Future of the Life Equity LLC Life Settlements Space: Creating an Effective Vehicle to Navigate 9:45 Restoring Investor Confidence in Life Expectancies: Uncertain Investment Waters Accuracy, Transparency, and the Future of Medical • Identifying the fund structures most likely to succeed in the current Underwriting life settlements environment • Gaining a deeper understanding of the methodologies used to • Issues relating to the fund manager’s choice of medical underwriter create life expectancies • Fund managers’ perspectives on the attitudes of institutional • Examining the 2008 VBT tables and other data upon which LEs are based • Addressing common underwriting concerns, including bias, investors to the asset class • Innovative capital formation approaches and fund-raising strategies morbidity and impairment issues • Fund construction and tax liability • Evaluating the allowance made by LE providers for continuing • Successful trading strategies for life settlement portfolios extensions in human longevity • Enhancing the transparency of the underwriting process Jonas Mårtenson Founder & CEO Mike Fasano Ress Capital President Fasano & Associates Jose Garcia CEO 10:30 Networking Break in the Solutions Zone Carlisle Fund Management Andrew Terrell 11:15 An Economist’s Response to the ACLI: CEO Using “Real Options Analysis” to Quantify the Bristlecone Capital Economic Impact of the ACLI’s Proposed Changes to Life Settlements Regulation Luke Rahbari • Understanding the ACLI’s proposal CIO • The real options analysis framework Peachtree Asset Management • Valuing the individual option to resell one’s insurance Michael Krasnerman • Valuing the option to resell before the holding period expires as a CEO series of European puts AllFinancial Group • Valuing the option to resell after the holding period expires as an American put 2:45 Expanding the Investor Base in Longevity-Linked • The decline in the option value of a representative policy caused by Products a mandatory five-year holding period • What is the involvement of hedge funds and "real money" players • The decline in the option value summed across all eligible policies in the longevity market? caused by a mandatory five-year holding period • What is the attraction of longevity to a traditionally non-actuarial investor? Hal Singer • In what format do nontraditional life investors typically enter the President life space? Empiris Brian Tijan, Director 12:00 The Insurance Commissioners’ Roundtable: Life Finance Group Surveying the Regulatory Landscape for Life Credit Suisse Settlements Caleb Pitters The regulatory environment for life settlements is confusing, complex, and Director rapidly evolving thanks to the change in administration and new Credit Suisse 3
    • Main Conference Day 1 ...continued The following sessions will run concurrently General Session Pension & Endowment Think Tank – New! 3:30 The Global Investment Picture for Life Settlements Evaluating the Investment Opportunities in & Life ILS: Emerging Trends from Asia, Latin Longevity-Based Assets America and Eastern Europe The Pension & Endowment Fund Think Tank is an hour long discussion • A survey of key investor issues and influences in Europe, Asia and session limited to 15 participants from pension and endowment funds. Latin America There are two levels of participation: you can be among a select group • Special Focus: Asia - A new and growing frontier for alternative of leaders who will bring to the forefront one topic of interest or investments challenge you are facing right now. Or you can be a featured • Examining new strategies for producing risk-managed yields for participant and take advantage of an exclusive networking and institutional investors learning opportunity that is focused on your specific needs. • The role of insurance linked securities in new applications to realize Attendance is strictly limited to pension and endowment fund specific investor goals participants, and all discussions are off-line and off the record. Ed Lay Participants Include: Chairman & CEO Rene Nunez Emeritus Capital Chair, Investment Committee Kt Huang Texas Permanent School Fund Managing Director Steven Bloom Emeritus Capital Senior Portfolio Analyst Franz-Philippe Pryzbyl APG Investments CEO Ron Steijn Berlin Atlantic Capital Group Vice President, Head of Asset Management ABB Pension Fund Switzerland Want to nominate yourself or a colleague? E-mail: dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com 4:15 Networking Break in the Solutions Zone 4:45 Interactive Roundtable Discussions – New! After a jam-packed day of big picture keynotes, panel discussions, case studies, and presentations, the 2nd Life Settlements & Longevity Summit gives you the chance to meet and brainstorm with small groups of your peers during our interactive roundtable discussions. This is a great opportunity to make valuable contacts from your area of interest, and to deep-dive into the tricky details that you may have missed in the course of the day’s sessions. Discussion topics at the conference include: A. Reducing the Costs of Carry: Driving Investment Returns by Enhancing Efficiency within your Administrative, Tracking & Portfolio Servicing Activities B. Understanding the Factors Involved in Portfolio Valuation: Should Investors have Confidence in the Prices of Life Settlement Pools? C. Liquidity Solutions for Distressed Life Settlement Portfolios: Evaluating Options to Bridge Liquidity Gaps and Unlock Future Value D. Pure Longevity vs. Life Settlement Pools: Comparing Synthetic Structures with Traditional Cash Investments in the Asset Class E. Bespoke Medical Underwriting vs. Off-The-Shelf: Enhancing the Transparency of your Portfolio Valuations through a More Granular Analysis of Policies F. Combating STOLI Without Violating Consumer Rights: Is there a Future in Premium Finance? 5:45 Cocktail Reception & End of Main Conference Day One Sponsored by “I was impressed by the quality of the attendees – we made important new contacts.” - Ward Bondurant, Partner, Morris Manning & Martin, LLP 4 Register Now! Call Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
    • Main Conference Day 2 Thursday, October 1, 2009 7:45 Registration & Coffee 10:45 Examining the Role of Rating Agencies Within a Life Settlement Securitization 8:30 Chairman’s Opening Remarks • Examining the methodology used in rating a life settlements securitization: - Performing due diligence on policy origination 8:45 What Pension & Endowment Funds are Looking For in - Creating boundaries for mortality degradations Life Settlements: Transparency, Institutionalization, and - Stress-testing life settlements based on policy size the Future of the Asset Class - Applying lags to the collection of death benefits, to better simulate actual • Evaluating the benefits of life settlements for pension funds seeking a non- collection patterns stock market correlated asset class with low volatility levels - Applying credit stress tests and default stress tests • Identifying the common obstacles to investments in life settlements by • What does the rating signify, and can it be trusted? pension funds and other institutional investors • Assessing the suitability of longevity-based investments for an LDI-style Emmanuel Modu Managing Director and Global Head of Structured Finance strategy • Comparing life settlement investments with synthetic longevity products AM Best • Examining the progress made towards “institutionalizing” the asset class 11:10 Securitization of a Life Settlements Pool: Uncovering • Mapping out the timelines for full asset class maturity: When will life New Opportunities for New Kinds of Investors settlements come of age and what value will they deliver within a pension • Understanding what securitization means for the long term future of the fund allocation plan? life settlements space Antony Mott • A closer look at the AIG embedded value securitization and its implications Managing Director, Structured Insurance Products for the life settlements market ICAP • Examining the investment characteristics of securitized life settlements: What new types of investors stand to benefit from these securities? Rene Nunez • Does securitization bring any dangers? Avoiding mistakes made in the Chair, Investment Committee mortgage-backed securities space Texas Permanent School Fund Emmanuel Modu Additional Pension Funds & Endowment Funds to be announced - Call Managing Director and Global Head of Structured Finance Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com AM Best 9:30 Life Settlements & Taxation: Understanding What the Wai-Keung Tang New Rulings Mean for your Investments Managing Partner Kappa-Life Roger Lorence Tax Group, Partner Isaac Efrat Sadis & Goldberg LLP Senior Managing Director Aladdin Capital Steven Huttler Financial Services Group, Of Counsel Michael Crane Sadis & Goldberg LLP Managing Director Coventry 10:15 Networking Break in Solutions Zone Rachel B. Coan Partner Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP 11:50 Medical Life Expectancy Debate - The Future of Human Longevity Is Radical Human Lifespan Extension Within Our Grasp? Dr. Aubrey De Grey Dr. Jay Olshanksy Chairman & Founder Professor of Epidemiology Methuselah VS University of Illinois at Foundation Chicago YES NO “Aging is the lifelong accumulation of bodily damage. Its immense complexity focuses gerontologists on modest medical goals: essentially, Radical life extension is not going to happen (if it ever happens) in time optimizing our natural anti-aging defenses. Skeptics like Jay neglect the to influence any of the investment decisions made by those involved with burgeoning field of regenerative medicine, which promises repair of bodily life settlements or insurance linked securities. Nothing in gerontology damage, and which could therefore postpone aging indefinitely. In fact, even comes close to fulfilling the promise of dramatically extended experts in all relevant strands of regenerative medicine now aim to treat human lifespans – despite what Aubrey says! aging - despite what Jay says! However, anyone interested in investing in life settlements should I thus estimate a 50% chance of radical life extension arriving in 25-30 years. develop a sound understanding of the biological and demographic Moreover, corresponding results in mice could occur within ten years, which dynamics that drive mortality trends at older ages. Attending this debate will alter public expectations and force dramatic changes in policy.” will deepen your understanding of the factors that affect longevity, and may make you a smarter investor. 1:00 Networking Lunch & End of Main Conference 5 Register Now! Call Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
    • Post Conference Workshops Thursday, October 1, 2009 A 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Registration at 1:45 pm) “Immunizing” the Secondary Market Buyer: The 5 Things You MUST Do Before Buying a Life Settlements Portfolio In spite of the significant opportunities in the life settlements space, origination and eliminate the possibility of future contestability issues investments in the asset class remain complicated and there are significant • Stochastically simulate portfolio performance to determine best and pitfalls for investors who don’t conduct the right due diligence, actuarial, worst case scenarios and economic analyses before purchasing. If you’re evaluating the • Understand how to make use of both primary and secondary LE analysis marketplace, but have yet to allocate capital, this extended workshop is How You Will Benefit: for you. You’ll walk away with practical strategies for safeguarding your • Achieve confidence in portfolio pricing by making a more thorough life settlements portfolio and significantly enhancing the security of your analysis investment. • Negotiate more effectively with third parties, and achieve more favorable What You Will Learn: pricing arrangements • Understand the importance of achieving financial and legal protection for • Reduce contestability issues by sourcing clean, uncompromised policies your investment • Utilize water-tight due diligence processes to ensure pristine policy Workshop Leader to be announced – Call Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com B 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm (Registration at 3:45 pm) Custom-Building a Life Settlements Portfolio: Leveraging the Latest Policy Aggregation Techniques to Construct a Bespoke Portfolio with Pre-Determined Size, Risk, and Performance Attributes The normal strategy for investing in the secondary market is to purchase a factors with your overall investment strategy ready-made portfolio of life settlements. While purchasing an existing pool • Select between LE market segments: 2-4 year LEs vs. 12 years+ of insurance policies may appear to be a quick way for fund managers to • Examining the mechanics of life settlement aggregation: Painless enter the market, there is also an alternative view: namely that the time strategies for producing a transparent, optimized portfolio and energy needed to perform the proper due diligence on an existing How You Will Benefit: portfolio of policies is better allocated to building a new portfolio from • Invest in life settlements without due diligence headaches scratch. • Determine the characteristics of your portfolio in advance What You Will Learn: • Design a life settlements portfolio that better suits your overall • Weigh up due diligence activity on an existing life settlements portfolio investment strategy with the time needed to create a customized portfolio: Where is your time better spent? Workshop Leader to be announced – Call • Define the parameters of your portfolio: Align risk, price and volatility Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com "Investors are attracted to life settlements because insurance is seen as a noncorrelated alternative asset. Life settlements provide noncorrelated diversification because insurance policies are independent of the factors contributing to economic downturns, such as interest rate fluctuations and increasing fuel cost. As a result, life settlements are one way to reduce a portfolio's exposure to sudden downturns in the stock and bond markets," – Conning Research & Consulting “Experts predict explosive growth in life settlements over the next decade as a result of increasing amounts of institutional capital being pumped into the system as well as a growing demographic of elderly, well-off individuals to ensure a generous supply of life insurance policies.” – Nuwire Investor Magazine 6 Register Now! Call Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
    • About Our Sponsors For over 25 years, Coventry has been redefining insurance. Founded in 1982, Coventry began as an insurance marketing, product development and policy administration firm. Known as a leading innovator in the industry, Coventry assisted insurance carriers in the development of product, software and distribution. It established itself as one of the top corporate life insurance companies in America during the 1990s, servicing over 70,000 policies for its corporate clients. In 1998, Coventry created the secondary market for life insurance in the United States and coined the term “life settlement”. As the market leader, Coventry has structured and financed transactions representing more than $25 billion of death benefit and has been a key driver behind the market’s rapid growth. Today, Coventry is the largest purchaser and servicer in the longevity and mortality market, employing more than 200 people. Based in Pennsylvania, Coventry was the first secondary market firm to earn Standard and Poor’s highest servicer ranking (2004 and reaffirmed in 2006). In 2005, Coventry was first in revenue in the insurance category of the annual Inc. 500 listing of the fastest growing private companies in America. Website: www.coventry.com At LIFE EQUITY, our pricing philosophy is governed by the standard that two policies with the same criteria will receive the same offer. We believe this approach results in consistent and higher payments to owners of life insurance policies who wish to integrate a life settlement into their financial planning. Our funding comes from top-rated financial institutions and not from private investors. LIFE EQUITY makes direct contact with policy owners or their intermediaries regarding offers made. This practice assures a more efficient and expeditious process. Website: www.lifeequity.net As one of the world’s leading banks, Credit Suisse provides its clients with investment banking, private banking and asset management services worldwide. Credit Suisse offers advisory services, comprehensive solutions and innovative products to companies, institutional clients and high- net-worth private clients globally, as well as retail clients in Switzerland. Credit Suisse is active in over 50 countries and employs approximately 48,000 people. Credit Suisse’s parent company, Credit Suisse Group, is a leading global financial services company headquartered in Zurich. Credit Suisse Group’s registered shares (CSGN) are listed in Switzerland and, in the form of American Depository Shares (CS), in New York. The Life Finance Group at Credit Suisse is a dedicated group of over 90 professionals with backgrounds in various industries which include insurance, banking, structuring, sales and risk management based in New York, London and Hong Kong. Website: www.credit-suisse.com Established in 2008, Peachtree Asset Management, Ltd. (“PAM”) is a UK based investment manager focused on providing global institutional investors direct access to non-correlated alternative assets acquired directly from premier originators in the U.S. PAM focuses on assets that represent high quality, illiquid deferred payment obligations including life settlements, structured legal settlements, lottery winnings and selected insurance and annuity products. Website: www.lumpsum.com Founded in 1912, Rosenman & Colin LLP was a distinguished New York firm with a nearly century-long reputation for providing the highest quality legal work and client service. After merging in 2002 with Katten Muchin Zavis to become Katten Muchin Zavis Rosenman, the firm was renamed Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP on May 2, 2005. Katten is a full-service law firm with more than 600 attorneys in locations across the United States and an affiliate in London. The firm’s business-savvy professionals provide clients in numerous industries with sophisticated, high- value legal services, with a focus on corporate, litigation, financial services, insurance capital markets, real estate, tax planning, commercial finance, intellectual property and trusts and estates. Among our clients are a wide range of public and private companies, including a third of the Fortune 100, as well as a number of government and nonprofit organizations and individuals. Website: www.kattenlaw.com Sadis & Goldberg LLP is nationally recognized for its formidable financial services practice that consists of representing hundreds of investment advisers and related investment entities (including hedge funds, private equity funds and venture capital funds). Similarly, the firm provides regulatory and compliance advice and representation in connection with SEC enforcement proceedings. Notwithstanding the emphasis on the financial services industry, the firm also provides a full range of litigation, real estate, intellectual property and corporate services to our clients. Website: www.sglawyers.com Fasano Associates is a leading underwriting firm, serving the life, annuity and life settlement markets, with particular expertise in over-65 and impaired life mortality. Fasano’s estimates of life expectancy are considered the most accurate in life settlement market, with an Actual to Expected accuracy ratio of 96% estimated in two successive independent actuarial evaluations. Contact Fasano at www.fasanoassociates.com. Website: www.fasanoassociates.com AllFinancial Group Inc. and affiliates are a major participant and principal investor in life settlements. AFG has developed an integrated business model that spans the life settlement and premium finance markets. AFG's operations include 1) a life settlement provider, 2) a life settlement servicing operation, 3) portfolio origination and trading platform, 4) a licensed premium finance lender, and 5) an asset management platform that manages several investment vehicles that invest in life settlement and premium finance portfolios, including a 50/50 joint venture ("JV") with an international financial services firm. AllFinancial Group LLC ("AFG") will co-invest with investors to ensure alignment of interests. AFG posses an exceptional track record of originating and actively managing life settlement assets. Founded in 1997, AFG has originated over $4 billion in life settlement face value for sale to the market has purchases over $1 billion in face value for its own account. Over the past four years, AFG has invested over $170 million in combined institutional and proprietary capital, achieving exceptional average annual returns (available upon request). Website: www.allfinancialgroupllc.com Sponsorship And Exhibition Opportunities Sponsorships and exhibits are excellent opportunities for your company to showcase its products and services to high-level, targeted decision-makers attending the 2nd Life Settlements & Longevity Summit. IQPC and Finance IQ help companies like yours achieve important sales, marketing and branding objectives by setting aside a limited number of event sponsorships and exhibit spaces – all of which are tailored to assist your organization in creating a platform to maximize its exposure at the event. For more information on sponsoring or exhibiting at the Life Settlements & Longevity Summit, please contact Dhaval Thakur at (416) 597-4754 or dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com. About the Organizer Finance IQ, the financial division of IQPC, produces the world’s most cutting-edge and strategic financial conferences across the US, Europe, Asia and the Middle East every year, educating almost 5,000 high-level executives annually. Our comprehensive events provide an unbiased, specialized forum where you can discuss the issues most important to you and network with industry leaders. 7 Register Now! Call Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com
    • Team Discounts & Exclusive Promotions Call Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 Registration Information 4 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 2nd Life Settlements 1 Call: 1-800-398-1966 or 1-416-597-4754 YES! Please register me for & Longevity Summit TM 2 Email: Dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com 3 Fax: 1-416-598-7934 TLS/DPT 4 Mail: IQPC ❑ Conference Only ❑ All Access Pass ❑ Workshop A ❑ Workshop B 60 St. Calir Ave, E. Suite 304 Toronto, ON M4T 1N5 Name ____________________________________________________________ Job Title _________________________________________________ Organization______________________________________________________ Approving Manager________________________________________ Address _____________________________________________ City___________________________________State__________Zip__________ Phone________________________________________________E-mail_________________________________________________________________ ❑ Please keep me informed via email about this and other related events. ❑ Check enclosed for $_________ (Payable to IQPC) ❑ Charge my ❑ Amex ❑ Visa ❑Mastercard ❑ Diners Club Card #_______________________________Exp. Date___/___ ❑ I cannot attend, but please keep me informed of all future events. Qualified Investors (Pension Funds, Endowment Funds, Hedge Funds and Asset Management Firms) June 19, 2009 July 3, 2009 July 17, 2009 July 31, 2009 August 28, 2009 Standard Price Conference Only (Save $900) (Save $800) (Save $600) (Save $400) (Save $200) $599 $699 $899 $1,099 $1,299 $1,499 All-Access Pass (Save $1,198) (Save $1,098) (Save $898) (Save $698) (Save $498) (Save $298) (Main Conference $1,399 $1,499 $1,699 $1,899 $2,099 $2,299 + 2 Workshops) Workshop(s) $549 each $549 each $549 each $549 each $549 each $549 each All Others (banks, life settlement providers, law firms, consultants, LE providers, medical underwriters, life settlement exchanges, software providers, rating agencies, and all other companies) July 31, 2009 August 28, 2009 Standard Price Conference Only (save $600) (save $300) $1,899 $2,199 $2,499 All-Access Pass (Save $998) (Save $698) (Save $398) (Main Conference + 2 Workshops) $2,599 $2,899 $3,199 Workshop(s) $549 each $549 each $549 each Please see the website at www.lifesettlementsummit.com for an explanation of Hedge Funds, Pension Funds, Endowment Funds & Asset Managers and All Others. Please note multiple discounts cannot be combined. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not JPMorgan Chase - Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 17092.002 MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IQPC * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6% sales Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, refreshment and detailed tax. conference materials. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. TEAM DISCOUNTS For information on team discounts, please contact IQPC Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684. Only one discount may be applied per registrant. Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-398-1966 to Special Discounts Available: A limited number of discounts are available discuss your specific needs. for the non-profit sector, government organizations and academia. For ©2009 IQPC. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a more information, please contact Dhaval Thakur @ 416-597-4754 trademark of IQPC. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. Sponsors: Register Now! Call Dhaval Thakur @ +1-416-597-4754 or Email : dhaval.thakur@iqpc.com