Investing Secrets Of The Rich #11: Litigation Finance: How to Make Money of Someone Else’s Lawsuit


Investing Secrets Of The Rich #11: Litigation Finance: How to Make Money of Someone Else’s Lawsuit

Have you ever thought how cool it would be to win 100 million+ in a lawsuit so you never have to work again? Ya me too.

Fortunately there is a way to make money from someone else's lawsuit without going to court.

This week we dive into Investing Secrets of The Rich Series (Episode #11): Litigation finance

This investing secret for the rich is so secret that even some of Wall Street's Smartest investors are not aware that this is possible. We interview one of the industry's insiders to learn more about how this works.

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Today's Guest:  Jay Greenberg

Jay Greenberg is LexShares’ Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, responsible for the strategic oversight and operational management of the firm.

Prior to founding LexShares, Mr. Greenberg worked in Deutsche Bank's technology investment banking group where he focused on merger and acquisition advisory, debt and equity financings primarily for enterprise software, technology services and financial technology companies. There, he advised on over $13 billion of mergers and acquisitions and was involved in raising more than $5 billion of equity and debt financing. Mr. Greenberg holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Corporate Reporting & Analysis from Boston College where he graduated Magna Cum Laude. He also holds Series 79, 63, 82 and 65 licenses.

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