Sustaining-Members of BVZL
UniCredit Bank AG
HypoVereinsbank is a leading private-sector bank in Germany and part of UniCredit, a successful pan-European commercial bank with a simple business model and a fully plugged in CIB, delivering our unique Western, Central and Eastern European network to our extensive client franchise. We offer local expertise as well as international reach. We accompany and support our 25 million clients globally, providing them with unparalleled access to our leading banks in 14 core markets as well as to another 18 countries worldwide.
UniCredit Corporate & Investment Banking (UCIB) provides services for a wide range of companies from medium-sized enterprises to multinational groups and institutional customers. UCIB provides these customers with access to its international network as well as to subsidiaries in the most important financial centres of the world. Thus UCIB promotes the growth and internationalisation of both its corporate and its institutional customers, thereby generating sustainable added value for all stakeholders concerned.
The Special Product team at UniCredit Hamburg facility has been serving national and international customers operating in the secondary market for life insurance policies for many years. Among other things, this sees the experienced team help its clients to set up tailor-made financial packages, make available credit lines for buying life insurance policies, and offer bridging loans and refinancing facilities to private and institutional investors.
European Life Settlement Association (ELSA)
97 Fable | 261c City Road
London | EC1V 1AP
The European Life Settlement Association (ELSA) was founded in 2009 to set
standards for investors in the life settlement industry.
We represent funding sources, service providers and intermediaries in the
life settlement market who are looking to promote transparency by providing
accurate, authoritative information to investors, regulators and the media.
capital market participants and stakeholders.
Our efforts are organised around four main pillars:
1. Encouraging best practice;
2. Educating industry participants, the public, regulators and the media;
3. Developing new and innovative longevity-based research;
4. Leading the promotion of life settlement amongst investors.