To offer tools and resources including professional networking, legal compliance and others

Life Insurance Settlement Association has announced that qualified agents would get the range of tools and resources. It launched provisional membership, which is structured for independent agents and life settlement companies.

The company said that the regulation of large markets will bring a strong influx of licensed activity and a need for wider professional representation. The provisional membership category is specifically structured to answer this need. The membership offers tools and resources that include professional networking, legal compliance, legislation and regulation, industry news, and others.

As per the benefits of provisional membership, qualifying individuals and entities accepted as provisional members of LISA will have access to the extent of membership benefits that include access to a network of over 1000 contacts, legislative and regulatory representation across the states and in D.C., online access to legislative and regulatory tools for all 50 states and Puerto Rico.

In addition, other benefits such as personal life settlement license tracking and support, case study certification program, weekly access to association conference calls and online agendas, complete access to exclusive online news rooms, subscription to Life Settlement Review, reduced membership dues and reduced conference registration rates and many others are also included for provisional membership.

Doug Head, Executive Director at LISA, said: As an association we have an obligation to represent the whole life settlement industry, not just the large established companies. With the entry of potentially thousands of agents in the coming years, we are seeing a democratization of this market. This means greater competition and more choice for consumers.