Equias Alliance, an NFP Company
8000 Centerview Parkway
Memphis, TN 38018
David Shoemaker, CPA/PFS, CFP®
(901) 754-3375 (Fax)
BOLI, Executive Compensation & Long-Term Care
Equias Alliance, an NFP Company (“Equias”), through its group of nationwide consultants, including David Shoemaker, has made over 2,500 BOLI placements and implemented 1,500 non-qualified benefit plans for 800 community banks. These plans help institutions increase earnings and shareholder value as well as recruit, retain and reward key officers and directors. If your bank is interested in learning more about any of these plans, Equias has the experienced and professional staff (including attorneys and CPAs) needed to properly design and administer the plans. As evidence of its leadership position in the market, Equias has the exclusive endorsement of the American Bankers Association and 9 state banking associations. For more information about Equias, please contact David Shoemaker, CPA/PFS, CFP® at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Equias will provide member banks a no-cost risk assessment review of your current BOLI and non-qualified benefit plans.
David Shoemaker, a Managing Consultant of Equias Alliance, was a pioneer of the bank-owned life insurance (BOLI) marketplace as he introduced the concept of a “no-load” BOLI product in the late 1980’s. He provides in-depth knowledge of general account, separate account and hybrid separate account products from many of the nation’s top carriers. In addition, he has helped hundreds of banks design executive and director benefit plans over the past 27 years. He is a frequent speaker at state and national trade association meetings and has authored numerous articles on compensation, BOLI and non-qualified benefit plans. David’s consultative approach has been an asset to numerous Pennsylvania financial institutions and their shareholders.Visit our website
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