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David A. Dreifuss

Executive Vice President

NAIFA-NYS

HQ Phone:  (518) 915-1661

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NAIFA-NYS

17 Elk Street Suite 3

Albany, New York,12207

United States

Company Description

NAIFA-NYS is the only organization exclusively representing life insurance agents and financial advisors in NYS?encouraging a strong marketplace, enhanced business and professional skills, and ethical conduct. ...more

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Employment History

President and Chief Executive Officer

CityMax.com Inc


Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer

New York City Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors


President and Chief Executive Officer

The Alliance of Insurance & Financial Professionals


Affiliations

WinSpecNet.com

Financial Advisors


Education

JD


MBA


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Executive Vice President, David A. Dreifuss, JD, MBA (Merrick)


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David A. Dreifuss, JD, MBA
Executive Vice President David Dreifuss, Executive Vice President Email: ddreifuss@taifp.com NAIFA-NYS Email: naifanys@gmail.com Make a website at CityMax.com


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David Dreifuss, J.D., M.B.A.
President & CEO ddreifuss@taifp.com David Dreifuss, Executive Vice President Email: ddreifuss@taifp.com NAIFA-NYS Email: naifanys@gmail.com Make a website at CityMax.com


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The Board of Trustees of the NAIFA in New York State has accepted the resignation of David A. Dreifuss, JD, MBA, as Executive Vice President and member of the Executive Committee and Board of Trustees of the NAIFA-NYS, effective August 1, 2014.
It has been the great pleasure of this Board, as well as the many others that have preceded the current leadership, on both the State and local levels, to work with David over the last eighteen years. There is no question that David is leaving the Association in a stronger position than when he came to the NAIFA Federation those many years ago, due to his exceptional leadership skills and guidance. He leaves the NAIFA in New York State well-positioned for the future.


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David Dreifuss, executive vice president of NAIFA New York, goes so far as to say the main reason a professional should join the organization is to support and participate in the political advocacy needed to protect his or her business.
He said NAIFA was "founded on a three-legged stool: membership, which establishes our relevance; political involvement, which keeps us in touch with lawmakers and political action committee (PAC) dollars, which favor those whose support is crucial to our objectives." The message is apparently resonating. Both NAIFA-NYS and its largest local, Greater Metro (NYC, LI and Westchester/Rockland) won national awards last year for exceeding their membership goals. Dreifuss is looking to meet or exceed that performance in the 2010-11 membership year, which ends June 30. Dreifuss reported "steady progress" in increasing PAC contributions, then added: "It could always be more. Same with member contacts for lawmakers. "We're getting more people into the system," he said. "But if you have two for a particular legislator, you want four; if you have four, you want seven." "Before political advocacy was reinvigorated," Dreifuss said, the state association was driven by 28 local organizations: very fraternal, very local and very meeting and program-driven. Now we have an entirely new product and, ironically, it's the original NAIFA product" - referring to the need for political advocacy which spurred the founding of NAIFA in 1890. Dreifuss said NAIFA-NYS "has a seat at the table on all relevant issues and is plugged into a system that allows us to respond credibly, intelligently and quickly. We meet with the right people. Our voice is being heard now more than ever before." New York's new commission disclosure reg has stirred fears that it, or something like it, would catch fire around the country. Asked if his members were having problems with it, Dreifuss replied simply: "No. "We're very involved," said Dreifuss, "and we look forward to working with the Governor's staff to make sure the regulators' objectives of transparency and consumer education are achieved while not precluding insurance professionals from offering timely advice and quality products. We're pleased with the progress that's been made. The Governor's budget creates a better framework to go forward," he said.


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