Structured Asset Holdings, LLC Announces its First $43.8 Million Fixed Rate Asset Backed Securitization

Contact: Andrew Savysky, President
Company: Structured Asset Holdings, LLC
Address: 3625 W Broward Blvd, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33312
Phone: 1-800-284-5918
Email: asavysky@123lumpsum.com
URL: www.123lumpsum.com

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida – Structured Asset Holdings, LLC (the Company) announces its issuance of $43,793,000 fixed rate asset-backed notes through Structured Asset Funding’s affiliate, Structured Asset Funding Securitization I, LLC.  The notes collateralize the Company’s receivables related to court ordered structured settlements payment purchase contracts, resulting from tort, injury, wrongful death or other claims that were originated by Structured Asset Funding, iSettlements, 123 Lump Sum and other affiliate companies and are serviced by Structured Asset Services, LLC.

“This is our very first issuance in the 144A market and we couldn’t be more excited about it,” states Eyal Ardity, Chief Financial Officer of Structured Asset Holdings, LLC. “This transaction represents our trusted and increasing presence with institutional investors as well as our commitment to providing viable financial solutions to our clients.”

The issue consists of one class of placed notes: $43,793,000 Class A Series 2015-A Fixed Rate Asset Backed Notes that will pay 3.90%.  The notes have an A (DBRS) rating.

“This rating reflects the stability of the asset class and its financial soundness,” says Andrew Savysky, President of the Company.  “We have  also strengthened our Company’s balance sheet. Our customers will benefit from the improved financing and product opportunities that we will offer.”

Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. was the lead arranger and sole book-runner with Capital One Securities, Inc. acting as co-manager.  Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. is the Trustee under the Indenture, the Custodian under the Custodial agreement, and the Backup Servicer for the receivables.

Chief Executive Officer of the Company, Michael Asseff, says “This issuance validates the investment grade quality of the structured settlement assets we have originated since our inception over the last 15 years”.

Since 2002, Structured Asset Holdings and its affiliated companies including 123 Lump Sum have been helping clients to sell their structured settlements, lottery payments, and insurance annuities for a lump sum of cash.  The Company’s commitment to customers has helped thousands of people trying to meet their monthly financial obligations as well as those who simply want to live free from the stresses of financial burdens.

About Structured Asset Holdings, LLC, and its affiliated companies

Structured Asset Holdings, LLC mainly conducts business under the brands of 123 Lump Sum, ** Cash, Structured Asset Funding, and Structured Asset Services, LLC.   They operate as specialty finance companies that purchase structured settlements and insurance annuities.  They are one of the leading purchasers of structured settlements and they strive to make it easier for people who want to make significant changes in their lives by having access to their cash now.  Through legal expertise, underwriting, and institutional financing, they are able to assist their customers with making their financial dreams come true. For more information, please visit www.123lumpsum.com.

Sell Settlements For Cash – 123 Lump Sum

Are you one of the many people wondering, “Can I sell my structured settlement payment?” Maybe you need money to pay unexpected bills or want to buy a new house. Whatever the reason, it’s a good idea to understand how the process works.  The process of finding a reputable company to sell structured settlements consists of three easy steps.

1. Find a company experienced in selling structured settlements

Sell SettlementMany companies out there will try to convince you, without educating you, to sell them your structured settlement. Before any decision making, do your homework; go online and look at reviews before you call or request a free quote. One of the easiest methods to determine if the company is trustworthy is to read testimonials and reviews online. Go to Google and type “Company Name Reviews”. There is no better way to avoid being ripped off. Those who have already sold their structured settlement and have been ripped off will tell you.

2. Study your options for selling settlements

Sell SettlementsThere are two important things to consider before accepting any offer. Ask yourself “why am I selling my structured settlement?” Is the reason you need money a valid one. Are you sure that this is the best possible way to get the money you need? The second thing to consider is; whom will I sell my settlements for cash to?  By now you should have gathered a few options you like, and trust, to sell your structured settlement. Study the quotes you received and thoroughly talk to your financial advisers to fully understand the process. If you know how much you are getting and are happy with it then selling is the next step.

3. Go through the process of selling your structured Settlement

Once you have all the information you are ready to sell. Accept the offer that is best for you. The finance company you chose will work with you every step of the way. Helping you with the appropriate paper work and sending it through the right channels. Depending on which state you live in the process will take a few weeks. Once approved by all parties, including a judge, you will receive a Lump Sum of cash.

If you are looking to sell settlements or need any more information about the process, contact us today!