The investment manager has examined the benefits and the hazards of managing a life settlements portfolio in-house.
The option of cutting out the “middle man” and opting to manage the portfolio in-house can actually, whilst being initially attractive, place enormous strain on your potential success. You may be faced with costly mistakes or lost opportunities which could have been avoided with the right life settlements asset manager.
The advantages of managing life settlements assets in-house might not be suitable for many investors as it requires an overhaul of many procedures to ensure efficiency. Each company’s situation is unique and catering for in-house management of your life settlements portfolio will have its challenges. As with any business decision, weigh the pros and cons objectively. Understand how a manager adds value, set realistic goals and expectations, and avoid short-run solutions that are not just focused on cost reduction.
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*This post originally published 31 Mar 2015
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