Charles E. LeDoyen is a 38-year veteran of the insurance industry. Specifically, twenty-six of those years were in the structured settlement annuity industry. Primarily, on the insurance company side.
Charles began his career as a CPA auditing life insurance companies and banks. After that, he served as CFO to two large life insurance and annuity companies and took over the reins of three structured settlement divisions, two of which he established as startups. Charles was also instrumental in changing the structured settlement industry from defense-centric to one that includes plaintiff representation. Since 2006, he has developed his skills as a plaintiff settlement planner and is currently focused on protecting plaintiffs’ rights under Medicare, Medicaid and ERISA.
As president of SPI, his responsibilities also include daily corporate administration, national marketing/advertising, and the execution of SPI’s business plan. Specifically, one that calls for the recruiting and addition of up to 80 new SPI offices over the next five years.
Charles and his wife Katherine live near Charleston, South Carolina with their three children.