Doug Brand is co-founder and CEO of Medivest Benefit Advisors, Inc.
He has been in sales and marketing of annuities, insurance and securities products since July, 1983.
Mr. Brand has specialized in marketing structured settlement annuities since 1994. He earned his Certified Structured Settlement Consultant (CSSC) designation from the National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA) in conjunction with the University of Notre Dame in September 2000.
He had been with Platinum Insurance Marketing since 1990 as Senior Vice President of the company. Platinum was the exclusive marketing arm of the Aviva Life Structured Settlements Annuity program from January 1994 to December 2008. From 2010-2015, Platinum, led by Mr. Brand, had been the exclusive national marketing arm of the Midwest Trust Company’s Structured Settlements product line.
Mr. Brand served on the Board of Directors, for two consecutive terms (from 2004 to 2010 the maximum consecutive term allowed), of the National Structured Settlements Trade Association (NSSTA).
His company, Medivest Benefit Advisors, Inc., (founded in 1996) is a charter member of The National MSP (Medicare Secondary Payer) Network, formerly known as the National Alliance of Medicare Set-Aside Professionals (NAMSAP).
Medivest was the first company to offer professional administration of a Medicare Set-Aside (MSA) arrangement (back in 1998).
Medivest offers a wide variety of settlement solutions including Lien Resolution, Medicare Set-Asides, Medical Cost Projections, Social Security Verification Services, Professional Administration, Self Administration services. Medivest also provides MSP compliance training all in an effort to assist in the settlement process.
Mr. Brand is a member of the National Structured Settlement Trade Association (NSSTA). He also supports and sponsors associations such as: NAMSAP, ABOTA, CAAA, OCTLA, and CAALA.
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