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Institutional Life Services, LLC

252 W 37th St
c/o Hobermand & Lesser, CPA's LLP
New York, New York 10018-6636

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What We Do

Institutional Life Services, LLC (ILS) is dedicated to leading the life settlement industry as a full-service origination, servicing and investment platform. The company originated in 2007 as a joint venture between Goldman Sachs, Genworth Financial and National Financial Partners. Since then, ILS has purchased approximately $1 billion in life insurance policy benefits on behalf of institutional clients in the secondary market and now bases in Nashville, TN. The success of ILS has been built on ethical practices and transparency in compliance with legal obligations. ILS provides dynamic expertise in principal advisory through an intensive investment methodology and thorough portfolio management and servicing. Our team brings together integrated expertise in actuarial, medical, life product finance, regulatory compliance, wholesale origination and capital markets. Known for its credibility across a wide range of life settlement investors, ILS continually raises industry standards and strives to add value to each asset and customer. 

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