LONDON (January 2, 2019) — The European Life Settlement Association (ELSA) announces that its Membership Committee has approved the membership application of Corry Capital Advisors and ISC Services.
Corry Capital Advisors, LLC (CCA) was founded in 2006. CCA specializes in providing investment management to investors seeking uncorrelated returns in the Life Settlement asset class. CCA invests in non-contestable Life Insurance policies. CCA’s senior management team averages 25 years of experience in financial services with a focus in the life insurance and life settlement industries. CCA’s clients include Public Pension Funds, Taft Hartley Pension Plans, University Endowments and Family Offices
ISC Services is a life underwriting services company launched in April of 2018 by three life settlement industry professionals: Traci Davis, Mike Graviss and Chris Conway. Together they combined data and experience gleaned from a combined 80+ years of life insurance industry experience to “re-boot” the ISC Services platform and brand originally introduced in 2005 by underwriter and actuary Morris Fishman of Insurance Strategies Services. ISC provides underwriting services to life insurance companies, life brokerage firms, life settlement businesses and other life underwriting firms.
Scott Willkomm, Chair of the European Life Settlement Association said “We are very happy to welcome Corry Capital Advisors and ISC Services as the latest members of ELSA. The association looks forward to working with them to both advocate for industry best practice and promote the Life Settlement asset class to institutional investors.”
Bill Corry, Corry Capital Advisors’ General Manager, commented “CCA is pleased to become a member of ELSA and to support their mission of development of the European Life Settlement industry and best practices amongst investment managers and service providers.”
Chris Conway, a principal and Head of Business Development for ISC Services commented, “We are delighted to join ELSA’s community of asset managers, investors and high-quality service providers who continue to be a driving force behind worldwide participation in the longevity markets.”
ELSA members must comply with the association’s Code of Practice which is a comprehensive framework that ensures the highest professional and ethical standards within the industry and protection of the interests of investors in the asset class.