Scott Willkomm & Bill Corry re-elected as ELSA Chair and Deputy Chair.
The European Life Settlement Association has elected a new Executive board at their 2020 annual general meeting. Scott Willkomm of Life Equity has been reelected as Chair and Bill Corry of Corry Capital Advisors as Deputy Chair.
The results of the elections were:
Scott Willkomm, CEO of Life Equity as Chair of ELSA.
Bill Corry, Owner of Corry Capital Advisors as Deputy Chair of ELSA.
Jule Rousseau, Partner at Arent Fox as Secretary of ELSA
Alec Taylor, Marketing & Relationship Director of SL Investment Management, as Treasurer of ELSA;
ORDINARY MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE
Simon Erritt, Managing Director of Coventry Capital;
Mike Fasano, President and CEO of Fasano Associates;
Philip Siller, Co-CEO of BroadRiver Asset Management.
Maurizio Pellegrini, Life Settlements Manager of Azimut Investments SA
“The European Life Settlement Association continues to be the driving force behind the promotion of best practice in the life settlement market,” said Scott Willkomm, Chief Executive of Life Equity, who was elected to his third term of Chair of ELSA. “Over the last year ELSA has continued to expand its activities and membership base. ELSA welcomed a number of new members this year including Actuarial Risk Management, Asset Servicing Group, Burdette Asset Management, BVZL, CAFiCo, ClearLife Ltd, D2 Alternative Investments, EM3 Law, Longevity Services, Preston Ventures and Wells Fargo.”
“ELSA is fortunate to benefit from members who are industry leaders and are dedicated to best practice and positive industry growth,” said Chris Wells, Executive Director of ELSA. “2020 presented a number of challenges for market participants, most notably the extensive impact of COVID-19. ELSA has adapted quickly and proactively in providing our members with useful resources and continuing our educational efforts through a series of engaging webinars. ELSA will continue to provide platforms for the distribution of industry content, development of strategic partnerships and insight into the future of life settlement market.”
The European Life Settlement Association (ELSA) was founded in 2009 to set standards for the European life settlement industry. ELSA represents institutional investors from Europe and around the world, service providers and intermediaries from Europe and around the world that are looking to promote transparency by providing accurate, authoritative information to investors, regulators and the media. For more information visit www.elsa-sls.org.