ELSA Introduces Informative Factsheet on the ELSA Code of Practice
[London, UK, 28th September 2023] – The European Life Settlement Association (ELSA), a leading organisation committed to advancing transparency and knowledge within the life settlement industry in Europe, is excited to announce the release of a comprehensive educational factsheet focusing on the Size of the Life Settlement Market.
This new factsheet serves as a valuable resource for industry professionals, investors, regulators and all stakeholders interested in gaining deeper insights into the dynamics of the life settlement market. ELSA’s commitment to providing accurate and up-to-date information is evident in this succinct and informative document.
Key highlights of the factsheet include discussions on;
- The Size of the Secondary Life Settlement Market
- Lapse rates in the US Life Insurance Market
- The Size of the Tertiary Life Settlement Market
- Total Assets Under Management (AUM) held by Life Settlement Investors
"By understanding the market's size and dynamics, stakeholders can make informed decisions, promote responsible practices, and contribute to the industry's growth."
Christopher Wells, Executive Director
Christopher Wells, Executive Director at ELSA, highlighted the importance of this educational resource, stating: “The Size of the Life Settlement Market factsheet offers a clear and concise overview of the industry’s landscape. By understanding the market’s size and dynamics, stakeholders can make informed decisions, promote responsible practices, and contribute to the industry’s growth.”
The educational factsheet on the Size of the Life Settlement Market is available for download on the ELSA website. ELSA encourages all industry professionals, investors, and regulators to access and utilise this valuable resource to enhance their understanding of the life settlement market.
The European Life Settlement Association (ELSA) was founded in 2009 to set standards for participants in the European life settlement industry. ELSA represents institutional investors, life settlement asset managers, and service providers to the life settlement market both in Europe and around the world, promoting transparency by providing accurate, authoritative information to investors, regulators, and the media. For more information visit www.elsa-sls.org.