Albert Pinzon was recently hired by the New York office of Cozen OConnor as a member of its business law department. Before this, the new hire was a partner with Stroock & Stroock & Lavan in New York.
As part of the corporate law group, Pinzon is primarily focused on the creation and structuring of complex longevity and mortality financial solutions. He helps clients with alternative risk transfers, capital markets transactions, and on the legal and regulatory issues involved with life, property/casualty and financial guaranty insurance transactions. These include catastrophe risk transfers, embedded value deals, life insurance reserve funding securitizations or regulation XXX and AXXX.
Pinzon played a part in the formation of the Institutional Life Markets Association (ILMA), a trade association for institutional players in the life settlements and premium finance sectors, and is still representing many banks, hedge funds, pension funds, and other domestic and foreign investors in this space.