A structured settlement provides unmatched financial security to victims of physical injuries and their families. Using a tailored stream of payments, a structured settlement provides long-term tax- free income, often for a lifetime. The National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA) represents more than 600 licensed insurance brokers, insurance companies, and others involved in establishing and administering structured settlements.
|June 8, 2009: Mike Kelly To Be NSSTA’s Next President|
| || Mike Kelly, a 25-year veteran of the structured settlement industry and chairman of the NSSTA Branding Committee, will be the next president of the National Structured Settlements Trade Association, the association announced today. Kelly’s one-year term begins in May 2010, when he succeeds Dan Durbin of Allstate.|
U.S. Rep. James Sensenbrenner, ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, and incoming NSSTA president Mike Kelly
|June 4, 2009: Moody’s Report: Life Insurers Likely to Maintain “Solid Balance Sheets”|
| ||Even in a worsening economic climate, life insurance companies are likely to retain investment grade ratings according to a new report from Moody’s, as reported in The Wall Street Journal. This is important news for anyone settling a physical injury or wrongful death claim because many of these companies issue structured settlement annuities. |
|May 31, 2009: It’s Vegas, Baby! NSSTA Fall Educational Conference Set for October 14-16|
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The National Structured Settlements Trade Association announced today a new Fall Educational Conference scheduled for October 14 – 16 at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.
The Fall Meeting begins on October 14, 2009
|May 11, 2009: Betty Gregware, Dan Finn Elected to NSSTA Board|
| || The National Structured Settlements Trade Association announced today that long-time members Dan Finn and Betty Gregware have been elected to the association’s Board of Directors. They were elected to the Board by member vote at the recent NSSTA Annual in Washington, D.C. and their three-year terms begin immediately.|
New Board members Dan Finn and Betty Gregware
|May 4, 2009: NSSTA Annual Attracts Congressional Leaders|
| ||The structured settlement industry’s 2009 Annual Meeting concluded in Washington, D.C. on Friday with several Members of Congress pledging their support for structured settlements. Nearly 200 members of the National Structured Settlements Trade Association attended the meeting.|
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin: "I strongly support the tax code provisions that allow for structured settlements."