Clifford R. Eisler

Chief Executive Officer

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Cliff is a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a Certified Public Accountant.  After leaving public accounting, Cliff joined JPMorgan where he was responsible for risk management and administration of the sales and trading businesses and ultimately created Morgan’s insurance business.  In 1999, Cliff founded Analect LLC, a benefit finance consulting company.  Since then Cliff has lead the development of several major innovations in the benefit finance industry, including a stable-value corporate-owned life insurance product and a total return swap hedge solution of deferred compensation.

In 2013, the various initiatives were consolidated into Atlas Financial Partners LLC and in 2014, Atlas Financial Partners, partnering with Leif, established JurisPrudent Deferral Solutions LLC to develop a deferral solution for trial lawyers.  A consistent theme in these product innovations has been the use of large, well-established corporate partners to provide specific components of the solutions.  Cliff is married, resides in New York City, and has two married children.



JurisPrudent Deferral Solutions LLC  |  2014 - Present

Co-founder and CEO

  • Co-developer of JPDS’s deferral solution for attorneys

Atlas Financial Partners LLC   |  2012 - Present


  • Atlas is the parent company, overseeing all benefit and deferral solutions of the group.

Analect Benefit Finance LLC  |  2001 - Present


  • Co-inventor of ABF’s Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Total Return Swap Hedge solution

Analect LLC  |  1999 - 2011


  • Working with Sun Life, developed the next generation of stable value separate account life insurance products.

  • $8+ billion in premium won with more than 100 institutional purchasers; the #1 product in terms of new premium

Zurich Financial Services  |  1996 - 1999

Head of Benefit Finance Group

  • Developed the Zurich Kemper stable value separate account product

  • Placed more than $5.5 billion of premium (now $15 billion) with more than 20 bank purchasers.

JPMorgan  |  1981 - 1996

Global Markets

  • Managed 400 people (12 direct reports) across 7 countries

  • Responsibilities included operations, systems, administration, finance, and risk management for financial products

  • Built systems to monitor JPMorgan’s market, credit, interest rate, currency and liquidity risks