Geoffrey_P._Kissel by shuifanglj


                           Geoffrey P. Kissel, CFP®, CSSC
                                       Director - Annuity Products
                    Retirement Solutions Division – Institutional & Structured Products
                                     Pacific Life & Annuity Company
Providence College, Providence, RI
B.S. Finance 2001

Business History
Mr. Kissel joined Pacific Life in 2006 as Manager - Structured Settlements. In 2007, he was promoted to
Director - Annuity Products. In this role, he is responsible for the management of a staff of 13 for Structured
Settlement sales, medical underwriting and Retirement Annuity products (Terminal Funding, Group
Annuities, 403(b) annuities and Institutional SPIA’s). His responsibilities include strategic planning and
budgeting, market research, product development, marketing and sales, underwriting, and pricing.

Prior to joining Pacific Life, Mr. Kissel held Sales Executive and Analyst positions in Structured Settlements
for John Hancock Life Insurance Company where he began his career in 2002.

                      Personal Financial Planner
                      Certified Structured Settlement Consultant

Member:               National Structured Settlement Trade Association
                             • Public Relations committee member 2004-2007
                      Financial Planning Association
                             • Chapter Affiliation: FPA of Orange County

Interest in NSSTA Board of Directors
With 9 years of structured settlement life company experience dealing with all aspects of the business (sales,
marketing, analysis, medical underwriting, and management), I offer a comprehensive overview of
structured settlements and their makeup within issuer companies. I offer my vast work and industry
experience to the Board of Directors in an attempt to add value and a fresh perspective. I am committed to
providing the time and dedication to fulfill the responsibilities as a board member.

Our industry is poised to face old challenges (growth, recognition, ELNY) and new challenges (issuer
strength, public re-visitation of ELNY) in the years ahead. This threatens our core business and what we all
are attempting to achieve. I would be honored to be a member of the NSSTA Board of Directors to help
guide our industry through the challenging times ahead.

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