Does Factoring Help Or Hurt Structured Settlement Sales?

Does Factoring Help Or Hurt Structured Settlement Sales? Industry Statistics Indicate A Sharp Decline In The Number Of Structured Settlements Being Written. Critics Say One Of The Reasons For This Decline Is The Loss Of Control Over The Structured Settlement Brand To Factoring Companies.

Settlement Capital Renews Its $50 Million Credit Line With Dz Bank.

Settlement Capital Corporation, A Long Standing Leader In Structured Settlement Purchasing, Has Recently Completed A Renewal And Extension Of Its $50 Million Credit Facility Through Dz Bank’s New York Office.

What Is Factoring?

This 5 Part Video Series Answers Basic Questions About Structured Settlement Factoring. Part 1: Introduction To Factoring And This Series Part 2: Factoring Is A Decision Part 3: Factoring Is A Process Part 4: Factoring Involves Going To Court Part 5: The Right To Factor


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Debate On Factoring, Part 1

Representatives From The Structured Settlement "primary" And "secondary" Markets Met In The Legal Broadcast Network Studios Last Month To Discuss Some Of The Issues That Seperate The Two Sides Of The Structured Settlement World.

Debate On Factoring, Part 2

Below Is The Conclusion Of The Video Debate Between Matt Bracy And John Darer. "continued Open And Honest Dialogue Is The Only Way The Primary And Secondary Industries Can Work Together For The Greater Good Of The Structured Settlement Marketplace And Injury Claimants," Said Matt.

Where Do We Go From Here?

Scott Drake Of The Legal Broadcast Network Interviews Matt Bracy, General Counsel Of Settlement Capital Corporation, As A Follow Up On The 2010 Annual Nasp Conference. Can The Primary And Secondary Structured Settlement Industries Come Together?

2010 Nasp Conference – Is This DÉtente?

The Annual Structured Settlement Factoring Industry (nasp) Conference Will Be Held Next Week. There Will Be Historic Discussions On The “primary Market” (those Who Work To Set Up Structured Settlements) And “secondary Market” (those Who Work To Help People Sell Some Or All Of Their Future Payments), ...

Why Sell Your Structured Settlement Payments?

If You Want To Sell Your Structured Settlement Payments, Do You Need A Good Reason? Who Decides If Your Reason Is Good Enough? Matt Bracy Explores The "reason For The Reasons" In This Video Interview.

The Problem With Factoring, Part 5 -- "the Bottom Line".

This Is The Final Segment In The Series On Common Misconceptions And Complaints About Structured Settlement Factoring. Previously Posted Videos Were: Part 1: Advertising Part 2: Servicing Part 3: Discount Rates Part 4: Preying On The Weak

The Problem With Factoring, Part 4 -- "preying On The Weak"

In Part 4 Of This Series On Common Complaints About Structured Settlement Factoring, Matt Bracy And Scott Drake Discuss The Frequent Charge That Factoring Companies "take Advantage Of" Consumers. Matt And Scott Discuss: Do Factoring Companies Charge Sharp Discounts To Payees Who Are Ill Equipped ...

The Problem With Factoring, Part 3 - Discount Rates.

In This Continuing Series On Common Complaints, Problems And Misconceptions With Structured Settlement Factoring, Part 3 Addresses "discount Rates". In Short, Discount Rates Are Numbers Expressed As A Percentage Used To Calculate Net Present Value Of Future Cash Flows (investopedia).