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Daniel Johnston

Technical Services Director

Daniel Johnston

Dan is the Technical Services Director at SL, with the role of leading the Trading, Technical Services, Actuarial and Administration functions at SL. He has full responsibility for the delivery of these services across both the UK TEP and US Life Settlement areas of the business. Dan is also Chairman of the SL Risk Committee.

Dan began his career working in the actuarial team of a UK Life Insurance company during the 1990s. He was actively recruited by SL in 2000, when the company was eager to engage Dan's particular expertise in product development, pricing, financial reporting and systems development. Through his in depth industry knowledge and excellence across a range of technical disciplines, Dan has played a major role in the development of SL's traded Life Settlement service offering, and has been instrumental in establishing SL's modelling, pricing and valuation systems. Dan's innate ability to deconstruct and transform complex problems into innovative and pragmatic solutions is a particular skill valued within the Executive Team.

Dan studied Mathematics at the University of York and is a part-qualified Actuary with over twenty years experience in the UK Life & Pension, and US Life Settlement industries.

Outside of work, Dan is an enthusiastic Rugby Union player. He continues to be an active member of Warrington Rugby Union club, playing for the senior team and coaching younger players.

To make contact with Dan, e-mail info@slinvest.co.uk   linked in

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