Sadis & Goldberg hires pension risk & longevity reinsurance lawyer

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New York based law firm Sadis & Goldberg LLP has announced the hiring of Gregory Hartmann to its Corporate and Financial Services Groups. Hartmann was most recently with Prudential supporting pension and longevity risk transfer.

Hartmann joins Sadis & Goldberg with experience working with asset managers, investment banks, re/insurance companies, and other legal clients, covering a range of transactional and regulatory matters.

Before joining the firm, Hartmann was Corporate Counsel and Vice President in the Retirement Law Group at Prudential Insurance Company of America, supporting the pension risk transfer business, including its international longevity reinsurance activities.

Prior to his time at Prudential, Hartmann was Deputy General Counsel at PineBridge Investments and Associate General Counsel at AIG Investments, where he led the legal department’s Asset Management Group in New York.

“Based upon his extensive industry experience, Greg has a comprehensive understanding of the challenges that businesses face and a talent for helping them understand their legal risks and manage them, particularly in the financial services industry,” commented Ron Geffner, a member Sadis & Goldberg’s Executive Committee.  “His in-house experience gives him a unique capability to anticipate what our clients need and advise them most effectively.”

Longevity risk transfer and longevity reinsurance is a growing market globally, however the U.S. pension fund sector is largely untapped to date, but anticipated to increase in years to come.

Read about many historical longevity swap and reinsurance transactions in our Longevity Risk Transfer Deal Directory.

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