Two structured settlement leaders elected to NSSTA Board
Dan Goodmann and John McCulloch will serve three years on the National Structured Settlement Trade Association board of directors.
May 8, 2012 - PRLog -- Two longtime structured settlement consultants have been elected to the Board of Directors of the National Structured Settlements Trade Assn. (NSSTA), the association announced today. The two are:
Vice President of Advanced Marketing for Integrated Financial Settlements Chicago, IL
Managing Director of Mesirow Financial Structured Settlements
The two new Board members will serve three-year terms that will end in 2015.
“John and Dan are exceptional members of the structured settlement industry,” said NSSTA president Randy Dyer. “Their election shows the high esteem with which others in the industry hold them.”
The new Board members replace former NSSTA president Mike Kelly and Betty Gregware. “Mike and Betty did so much for the structured settlement industry during their tenure,” said Dyer. “NSSTA will sorely miss their dedication.”
John McCulloch has been a part of the structured settlement industry for more than 15 years and previously served on NSSTA’s Board. He has been with Integrated Financial Services since 2006. Prior to that, he worked in the structured settlement divisions at Allstate Life, Aegon/Transamerica and Safeco Life Insurance. A veteran of the U.S. Army, John served in the Gulf War in 1991.
A member of the structured settlement industry since 1988, Dan Goodmann joined Mesirow Financial in 2006. Prior to that, he was the senior vice president at Settlement Planning Associates and a senior claims representative and structured settlement consultant at CNA Insurance Companies. During his CNA tenure (1987-1993), Dan was responsible for negotiating settlements and managing regional business development.
About structured settlements and the NSSTA:
Recognized and encouraged by the federal tax code since 1983, structured settlements provide strong financial security to victims of physical injuries and their families. Using a tailored stream of payments, a structured settlement provides a long-term financial security that is exempt from state and federal income taxes, as well as taxes on interest, dividends and capital gains.
A structured settlement’s future payment stream is funded through a highly secure life insurance annuity. For a free handout that describes some of the consumer protection regulations that bolster the security of a structured settlement annuity, please click on the following link: http://www.nssta.com/
The National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA) represents nearly 1,200 licensed consultants, brokers, insurance companies, and other professionals involved in establishing and administering structured settlements.