President and Chief Operating Officer
Mr. Eiss is President and Chief Operating Officer of NYL Executive Benefits LLC (“NYLEX Benefits”), a subsidiary and the executive benefits consulting arm of NYLEX Benefits, a subsidiary and the executive benefits consulting arm of New York Life (“NYL”), a Fortune 100 company. NYL is the largest mutual life insurance company in the United States, with an enviable 161-year history. NYL, combined with its affiliates, had $225 billion in assets under management at December 2005, $10.5 billion of surplus and 2005 GAAP revenues of more than $17 billion. NYL has among the highest ratings from the leading independent ratings agencies, including (at December 2005) A.M. Best (A++), Moody’s (Aaa), Standard and Poor’s (AA+) and Fitch (AAA) for financial strength.
NYLEX Benefits specializes in the design, implementation, financing and providing of ongoing administrative support of supplemental executive benefit programs.
Prior to joining NYLEX, Mr. Eiss was Vice President of New York Life’s Advanced Planning Division, overseeing a staff of 16 attorneys serving the estate, business, and retirement planning market. Mr. Eiss previously served as Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Eagle Strategies Corp., in charge of New York Life’s financial planning and investment advisory programs and practices, where he was instrumental in growing that division’s fee-based planning and money management services.
Before joining New York Life, Mr. Eiss was a Senior Manager in the Personal Financial Planning Division of KPMG Peat Marwick LLP, where he developed corporate financial planning services and specialized in counseling corporate executives.
Mr. Eiss has over 19 years experience in the insurance and financial services industry. He is a graduate of The City College of New York (CCNY) and has a M.Ed. from New York University. Mitch is a Certified Financial Planner licensee and past chairman of the Northern New Jersey Society of the ICFP.
An avid golfer and music enthusiast, Mr. Eiss and his wife Judy reside in New City, New York, and have two children, Camille and Coby.
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