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New VP of Capital Markets at Abacus Settlements

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Abacus Life Settlements, LLC
As seen in PR Newswire, Nov. 03, 2016, 4:16 PM ET

Abacus Life Hires a New VP of Capital Markets

ORLANDO, Fla., Nov. 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Abacus Life Settlements, a leading life settlement provider in the secondary market for life insurance, announces that Jay Jackson will be joining the firm as Vice President of Capital Markets.

“Jay brings a wealth of knowledge and experience working with the capital markets and is an important addition to our team in our quest to provide unparalleled service to policy sellers, financial professionals and the investment community,” said Samantha Butcher, Chief Operations Officer of Abacus. “I am thrilled to be partnering with a firm that has such a strong origination platform and a wealth of longstanding relationships in the insurance community,” said Jackson.

According to a 2015 Life Settlement Provider ranking released by The Deal, Life Settlement Report, Abacus earned the number two spot among providers for having purchased a total face value of more than $184 million. Butcher noted that Abacus’s industry ranking, which places it among the nation’s top three providers, strengthens the company’s market position when competing for policy acquisition and when attracting new investment capital.

Abacus believes the recent resurgence of the secondary market for life insurance provides senior consumers with a valuable funding source for alternative income-producing investments. For aging baby boomers, who may be financially ill-prepared for their own longevity, life settlements can be a source of funds to help pay for medical and long-term care expenses.

About Abacus Settlements, LLC

Abacus Settlements, LLC is a national licensed life settlement provider with corporate offices in Orlando, Florida.  Founded in 2004, Abacus has purchased billions of dollars of death benefit. We are an active member of the Life Insurance Settlement Association (LISA) and work with life settlement brokers, professional advisors, consumers and institutional investors in optimizing the value of unwanted life insurance policies. The company is committed to providing market participants with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions regarding life insurance policies that are no longer needed or affordable.  A life settlement may not be appropriate for all circumstances.  Policy sellers should consider all options before entering into a life settlement. Abacus Settlements is not licensed in all states. For more information, visit

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Samantha Butcher, COO


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