Financial Services Expert for Breach of Contract in Securities Lending
A financial services expert was needed that is familiar with the practice of securities lending and industry standards and practices with regard to securities lending transactions. Securities lending is a common practice within the financial industry in which financial instutions transfer ownership of securities for a period of time in exchange for a fee, quoted as an annualized percentage of the value of the loaned securities. The international trade organization for the securities lending industry is the International Securities Lending Association.
An expert in financial services can evaluate economic damages which in breach of contract cases between securities brokers can cost millions. A financial services expert, such as forensic economists and damage valuations experts, are frequently needed to consult on securities lending transactions and other financial litigation.
This financial services expert has nearly 30 years of experience in the securities lending industry. He has worked with Yale University and Princeton University as a financial services and investment consultant. He has also held the Vice President position for a major banking institution's Securities Lending Division. He holds a B.S. in Finance and a J.D.IMS Reference #4998640
This financial services expert has shaped, built and operated some of the most successful corporate business lines in financial services over his 30 years in the industry. He has worked as a senior executive for some of the world's premier securities lending and financing businesses worldwide. He has also been recognized as an innovator for developing a transparent online system that brought together securities borrowers and lenders to make and manage transactions. He is a past chairman of the Securities Lending Committee of the Risk Management Association (RMA), representing securities lending banks.IMS Reference #4999330