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Craig Wolson
Expert Witness and Consultant
One Grand Central Place, 60 E. 42nd Street
Suite 4600
New York NY 10165
USA
phone: 203-858-4804
Craig A. Wolson acts as a Structured Finance and Derivatives Expert Witness and Consultant. He specializes in cases involving credit default swaps (CDS), collateralized debt obligations (CDOs), mortgage-backed securities (MBS) and other types of derivatives and securities.

Background Experience Includes: Acting on behalf of 40,000 investors in $1.6 billion class action suit against bankrupt sponsor of special purpose issuer of notes secured by notes issued by CDO and credit default swaps with sponsor; acting on behalf of class led by two major pension funds against a major bank and numerous large underwriters involving mortgage-backed securities issued by several vehices established by the bank, and securities issued by the bank; acting on behalf of large investment bank defendant in arbitration proceeding brought by another large investment bank involving nine CDOS established by defendant; acting on behalf of large bank that had invested in now-worthless notes issued by SIV established by defendant banks; acting on behalf of large bank against another large bank that had sold the former CDOs and CDS.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Securitizations
  • Derivatives
  • Securities Law and Corporate Finance
  • Loans and Credit Facilities
  • Due Diligence
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Groton MA 01450
USA
phone: 617-872-2307
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John Valentine Banking Finance Expert PhotoJohn W. Valentine is an attorney with more than 40 years of experience – over 30 of which are in Custody Banking, ERISA Fiduciary, Benefits and Asset Servicing work. He has served as an expert witness in global custody and asset servicing matters for private litigants as well as the SEC, and is available for either plaintiffs or defendants.

Prior to starting Valentine Law in 2009, Mr. Valentine: headed the legal office of Mellon Bank (later BNY-Mellon) in Everett, MA for 11 years; was in-house counsel to Chase Manhattan Bank’s Trust and Custody operations for almost 10 years; and for 7 years was Labor and Benefits counsel for Lever Brothers Company.

Mr. Valentine was an active participant in the ERISA Attorney’s Group and helped found the Association of Global Custodians. As such, he knows and has helped influence industry practices as well as regulations and regulatory policies affecting Institutional Investors.

His extensive in-house experience is unique. His insider knowledge of procedures and operations is invaluable in analyzing investment losses involving bank custody or service provider negligence. He can help draft strong Complaints that will survive attack, as well as effective Answers and Counter-Claims. Because he knows internal structures and operations, he can also help conduct more effective discovery –in demanding and analyzing key materials -- as well as identifying issues which might otherwise be missed -- to develop a winning strategy.

His reports and opinions are authoritative and persuasive.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Directed Trustee and Custodial Agreements, Duties and Operations
  • Best Practices for Pension Funds, Mutual Funds, Endowments / Foundations, Corporate Assets, Hedge Funds
  • Trade Settlement Operations
  • Settlement, Custody and Documentation of Non-Traditional Investments, including Limited Partnerships, LLCs, GICs / GACs, Group Trusts, and Hedge Funds
  • Derivatives Processing, Reporting and Documentation for both bi-lateral and exchange-traded derivatives
  • Collateral and Account Control Agreements and Duties
  • Foreign Exchange, including ERISA Exemption Procedures
  • Valuation of Assets, including hard-to-value assets
  • Selection, Oversight, and Management of Sub-Custodians
  • Foreign Tax Reclaim Administration
  • Corporate Actions
  • Proxy Voting
  • Company Stock
  • Collective Investment Funds, including STIFs
  • Luxembourg and Irish Fund Administration
  • Bank Deposit Vehicles
  • Overdraft Facilities
  • Risk and Compliance Department Function / Risk Mitigation / Risk Controls
  • Mutual Fund Back-Office, Accounting and Administration
  • Rules 17f-5 and 7 for foreign custody of US Mutual Fund assets
  • The Custody Rule applicable to Investment Managers
  • ERISA plan asset issues
  • ERISA foreign asset custody rules
  • ERISA prohibited transactions
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Rod Tasker
Payment Services / Transactional Banking Consultant
50 Ridge Road
Fairhaven Victoria 3231
Australia
phone: +61424080507
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Rod Tasker Payments Transaction Banking Expert PhotoRod Tasker specializes in Payment Services, Transaction Banking, and e-Commerce. He has over 20 years of experience working for major banks in strategic and business planning and cradle to grave product management, including business cases, feasibility, piloting, commercialization, and retirement.

Mr. Tasker consults in strategic management and innovative solution delivery in the banking and finance industry. His achievements in Australia and internationally include:
  • Leading a team of 25 people in developing an internet payment service
  • Developing an enterprise Sales and Service architecture for a major bank
  • Developing an international payments business architecture & operations strategy for a major bank
  • Obtaining consensus amongst a consortium of 15 global banks for the strategic vision and plan for implementing B2B international ePayments
  • Developing a variety of e-Banking and e-Payment products and services
  • Building a payments business from start-up as CEO
Areas of Expertise:
  • Payments
  • e-Commerce
  • Transaction Banking
  • Identity Services
  • Product Development / Product Management
  • Piloting
  • Commercializing
  • Business and Strategy Formulation
  • Consulting Services - Mr. Tasker is engaged by companies that offer payment services as products or services, or for whom payments are "strategic" or "core," for example, insurance companies, exchanges, retailers, and investors wanting to evaluate payment business acquisitions, mergers, or funding opportunities. His services include:
    • Strategy Formulation
    • Business Planning
    • Profitability Improvement
    • Change Management
  • Program and Portfolio Management
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Risk Analysis
  • Ventures / Mergers & Acquisitions
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    Superior Bancorp Inc.
    David L. Zacharias
    Commercial Banking Consultant
    126 E. Country Club Dr.
    Phoenix AZ 85014
    USA
    phone: 602-265-3218
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    David L. Zacharias has over 35 years of experience in the Commercial Banking Industry. Has been a director of four banks, CEO of two banks, two mortgage companies, and is currently a Managing Member of a software company which monitors construction loans.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Zacharias has been involved in some of the largest and most complex financial lawsuits representing plaintiffs or defendants, from locally-owned, to Fortune 500 companies, to the FDIC. He has been an expert witness in 17 states involving more than 85 cases (60/40 plaintiff/defendant), involving 55 days of depositions/22 days of trial testimonies. Mr. Zacharias has been deposed many times and has testified more than 100 hours in District, Federal, and Bankruptcy court.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Commercial and Real Estate Credit
    • Loan Underwriting
    • Loan Analysis and Approval
    • Mortgage Underwriting
    • Loan Loss Provisions
    • Loan Structuring / Loan Documentation
    • Lending Policies and Procedures
  • Lender Liability
  • Branch / Checking Account Operations
  • Letters of Credit
  • Bank Internal Controls
  • Bank Fraud Analysis
  • Corporate Credit Fraud
  • Board of Directors’ Responsibilities
  • Resume, fee information and references provided upon request.
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    Shamrock Consulting
    Marie G. Kerr
    Davidsonville MD 21035
    USA
    phone: 410-353-4414
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    Marie Kerr Financial Fraud  Expert PhotoMarie G. Kerr specializes in Financial Fraud. She is a Certified Financial Crime Specialist, Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (CAMS), and Project Management Professional (PMP).

    Ms. Kerr is a financial industry veteran with a deep understanding of how financial institutions work. She has served as a Homeland Security Program Advisor and Fraud Detection Subject Matter Expert (SME) and an IT and AML Advisor for a three-bank merger. Her experience includes uncovering the flow of financial transactions through banking application software and banking payment systems, detection of fraud and money laundering, understanding the architecture and data design of software systems and how they can be used to commit financial crimes, and the implementation of COTS products.

    Litigation Support - Marie Kerr provides litigation support strategy and interrogatories for financial crime (fraud) cases involving large international banks. Her cases may involve:
    • Payment Systems
    • Financial Crime / Fraud Detection
    • Anti-money Laundering (AML)
    • Regulatory Issues
    • Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)
  • Compliance Solutions
  • Data Analytics
  • Software Development and Implementation
  • Gap and Data Analysis
  • COTS Products
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    11/8/2017 · Banking
    The collision of ineptitude and avarice is a frequent occurrence; sometimes it's on purpose. And always, in the case of financial malfeasance and extreme noncompliance, it involves IT systems. People drive the fraud. Processes can either support or hide the crime depending on the quality of back-office controls, but the proof lies in understanding the data, the software, and how they can be manipulated. Application software, tables within the applications and discrete data elements comprise the fundamentals-the ABCs of understanding how financial crimes are committed and detected. The following two stories are based on true events and are emblematic of how financial crimes and lack of compliance are enabled. One was committed by a single person, the other by a cadre within the bank. And they both matched the MO of the recent HSBC anti-money laundering (AML) debacle: a revolving door in Compliance and Audit of under-qualified people and an active intent to obfuscate by continually changing systems.

    8/23/2016 · Banking
    The recent guidance (warning, really) from the FDIC1 on the need for financial institutions to perform due diligence when selecting anti-money laundering (AML) software puts the proof of compliance burden squarely on the financial institution. It also points to the need for an enterprise solutions architecture, one that builds on existing structures-how things really are-rather than on pushing through a vendor package. While there is no doubt that commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products play an integral part in AML compliance, there is also no doubt that AML software depends on the quality and uniformity of data supplied by the financial institution. The systems, data, processes and organizational structure of the enterprise form the infrastructure of compliance, and these must be understood and documented to ensure that the COTS "solutions" are just that. If, for example, a bank wanted to institute an automated customer risk scoring system, there would be many questions that needed answers before software could be selected and installed...

    7/15/2016 · Banking
    A lonely woman falls for a silver-haired gentleman-the face of a criminal enterprise in Africa-in one of the most common romance scams known to law enforcement. She loses her house and her savings. She is devastated both financially and emotionally, taken in by shysters who understand the vulnerabilities of the lonely. And in this true case, the lonely woman is also a victim of the American banking system.

    6/7/2016 · Banking
    In one critical anti-money laundering (AML) review of a mid-tier bank, examiners admitted to having a hard time understanding how the transaction monitoring system worked.

    4/29/2016 · Banking
    A financial institution can have a comprehensive anti-money laundering program, a staff of experts, and a million-dollar (or more) specialized computer system in place and yet still miss potential problem customers because they failed to collect or use important data. In the end, it all comes down to data-discrete pieces of information that need to be collected, analyzed and presented in meaningful ways-to make a successful anti-money laundering program. No matter what automated or procedural anti-money laundering programs you have in place, the success of the program depends on meaningful data.One of the first steps in creating an effective program, then, is to develop a data plan to understand what data must be captured, how to capture it, how to analyze it, how to report it and how to use it.

    4/7/2016 · Banking
    What started out as an apparently straight-forward Transaction Monitoring System Validation project took an interesting and cautionary turn at an international bank recently. The Project Team assembled for the task-as well as executive management at the Bank-expected that the Validation would discover some less-than-perfect data mapping from their core banking system to their Transaction Monitoring System. A completely new Compliance staff had reviewed the Bank's unfamiliar (to them) Transaction Monitoring System, and could see that something wasn't quite right. Wires were not appearing properly on reports, General Ledger account numbers were showing up instead of Customer Account Numbers, and there were unnecessary transaction codes, like Wire fees, clogging the system. It seemed like a simple, methodical task of documenting the current mapping and making appropriate changes.

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    Robin Bryant
    Flint House
    Cocking
    Midhurst West Sussex GU29 0HD
    GBR
    phone: 01730-813-915
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    Robin Byrant has over 30 years of experience in the Banking Industry. Mr. Bryant started his career in a retail bank, followed by three investment banks and an international bank. His experience also includes the activities and procedures of non-banks such as building societies and centralised lenders. In two of the banks in which he worked he devised systems and procedure manuals and wrote the lending policy for one of the banks.

    Mr. Bryant has been providing advice and banking expert witness evidence in respect of disputes involving banks and other lenders for nearly twenty years. Most of the cases have been in the English High Court but he has also provided evidence for courts in overseas jurisdictions. Advice and evidence has been provided for and on behalf of banks and other lenders or for those opposing them. The majority of the work has been in connection with professional negligence where allegations of a bank’s contributory negligence are raised.

    Mr. Bryant is a member of the Academy of Experts and a founding member of the Expert Witness Institute, where he was a member of the Blom-Cooper working party drawing up guidelines for experts. He has acted in over 250 cases and been cross examined 14 times.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Banking practice and operations
    • Retail banks, Building Societies and Centralised Lenders
    • Corporate lending
    • Property / Real Estate sector lending
    • Personal lending
    • Residential loans
    • Buy to Let loans
    • Commercial loans
    • Investment / merchant banking
    • International banking
    • Trade Finance
    • Loan documentation
    • Lending manuals
    • Credit analysis
    • Debt recovery
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    Peter W. Leibundgut, Esq.
    333 Stoney Brook Ln
    Marlton NJ 08053
    USA
    phone: 8569128470
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    Peter W. Leibundgut, Esq., has 30 years of transactional, public, and private commercial and real estate finance, legal and bank consulting experience. He currently provides a range of financial services to borrowers and domestic and foreign private and institutional investors in connection with structuring, placing, and conducting due diligence in Commercial and Real Estate Financing Transactions.

    Mr. Leibundgut has decades of experience performing due diligence investigations, structuring, closing and restructuring public and commercial financial transactions on behalf of lenders; county, state and federal authorities and issuers; underwriters; finance companies; private equity and hedge fund investors; and borrowers.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Leibundgut serves as an expert witness and provides litigation support in cases involving contract disputes and complex public and commercial finance matters centering on debtor and creditor rights. He has served as an expert, provided litigation support, rendered expert reports, and testified in cases involving several billion dollars over the last seven years. Three of his cases were nationally recognized and several were cases of first impression. Mr. Leibundgut has also represented the FDIC in forensic commercial loan review.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Ponzi Schemes
    • Lender Liability
    • Legal Malpractice
    • Whole Bank Acquisitions
    • Shared Loss Matters
    • Fraud and Gross Negligence
    • Niche Lending
    • Contract Expertise
    • Factoring
    • Securitizations
    • Bonds
    • Syndications
    • Healthcare
  • Commercial Real Estate
  • P3s
  • Transportation
  • Purchase Orders
  • Public and Private Offerings
  • Letters of Credit
  • Secured and Unsecured Transactions
  • Bank Policy and Procedure
  • Bankruptcy
  • Derivatives
  • Equipment Leasing
  • Microfinance
  • Aircraft and Vessel Finance
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    Richard Payne
    57 Union Place Suite 316
    Summit NJ 07901
    USA
    phone: 908-277-0250
    fax: 908-277-3391
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    Richard Payne is a Mortgage Banking Expert and Managing Partner for Payne Advisory, LLC. He has served as lead advisor for the RTC at Prudential Securities for Mortgage Securitizations and on the Regional Advisory Boards of both FNMA and Freddie Mac. Mr. Payne has also served as President and CEO of several large and small cap mortgage banking firms.

    Areas of Expertise include:
  • Expert Witness services
  • Put-Back Reviews
  • Mortgage Risk Evaluations
  • Loss Mitigation Strategies
  • Merger & Acquisition Advisory
  • Operational Overviews
  • Credit Reviews
  • Branch Reviews
  • Warehouse Evaluations
  • Board of Director Training
  • Government Relations
  • Hard Money Lending
  • Mortgage Capital Markets
  • Distressed Asset Reviews
  • Specialty Servicer Reviews


  • Payne Advisory, LLC, has thirty years of Wall Street and Main Street experience and assists Companies to proactively address mortgage crisis issues. Its consultants include Lisa Jones who specializes in all aspects of residential mortgage banking, state and federal regulatory compliance, underwriting, credit risk and loss mitigation.
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    Michael B. McDonald, PhD
    Financial Economist
    76 English Lane
    Shelton CT 06484
    USA
    phone: 203-302-0367
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    Michael B. McDonald, PhD, is a professional Financial Economist with a PhD in finance, and a significant background working in finance. His consulting clients and professional work experience includes engagements for Fortune 500 companies, government regulators, and institutional investors.

    Litigation Support - Dr. McDonald is also a university professor of finance, a FINRA arbitrator, and a frequent expert witness in the field of Forensic Economics. He prides himself on being:
    • Adept at bringing dry material to life
    • Proficient with using sophisticated statistical analysis in securities and valuation matters to objectively and effectively make your point in court
    Dr. McDonald specializes in working on cases related to business disputes, economic loss, bankruptcies, spin-offs, and unfair business practices. He has done past consulting work in the following areas:
    • Accounting Fraud
    • Bank Analysis
    • Bankruptcy
    • Business Appraisal
    • Business Analysis
    • Business Economics
    • Business Litigation
    • Business Valuation
    • Corporate Finance
    • Corporate Governance
    • Damage Analysis
  • Damage Models
  • Economic Analysis
  • Economic Forecasting
  • Financial Forecasting
  • Financial Analysis and Assessments
  • Feasibility Studies
  • Municipal Bond Analysis
  • Municipal Distress
  • Risk Assessment
  • Securities Valuation / Litigation
  • Tax Planning
  • Author - Dr. McDonald writes a regular column on valuation in oil and gas markets for OilPrice.com. His writing is often syndicated to TIME Magazine, Yahoo Finance, Business Insider, Seeking Alpha and been cited in the Wall Street Journal, Marketwatch, Bloomberg, and dozens of other financial publications. Dr. McDonald has authored extensive research studies on investments, corporate debt, rates of return to investors under various scenarios, and valuation of tangible and intangible assets.

    Dr. McDonald has authored numerous studies on which he has received various awards from professional organizations like the Academy of Economics and Finance, and the Association of Business and Behavioral Finance.

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    7/22/2016 · Finance
    In many bankruptcies the choice of how to proceed with a case turns critically on the level of debt the firm has and the sustainability of that debt. Effective negotiations with creditors or arguments in court require marshalling a cogent line of reasoning regarding the ability of a firm to handle the debt that it is carrying. This guide is intended to help attorneys understand the basic financial metrics that objectively determine whether a business can sustain its proposed debt load upon exiting bankruptcy.

    6/15/2016 · Finance
    Abstract: This paper investigates whether firms vary the debt side of their capital structure, based on changes in investor demand for bonds. Examining asset flows into various asset classes over the last 30 years reveals that companies respond to recent increases in demand for bonds from investors by altering their capital structure towards greater use of debt. Firms are more likely to issue debt as demand for bonds rises, and their use of debt increases (decreases) in periods when demand for bonds is high (low) compared to periods when demand is not significantly changed. Firms use more (less) debt when spreads between corporate yields and Treasury rates are low (high), consistent with efforts by managers to adjust their debt issuances based on relative debt costs. These results hold after controlling for seasonality, firm effects, and macroeconomic conditions. These findings suggest that investor demand for debt needs to be taken into account when examining the capital structure puzzle.

    5/6/2016 · Finance
    Let me tell you a sad story; Joe owned a marketing company and earned a prosperous living for several years. Joe's business was growing rapidly and all seemed right with the world. Then a trusted employee left Joe's firm, taking with him half of Joe's customers in violation of his non-compete agreement. Joe's business slowly suffered and lost customers until eventually his firm declared bankruptcy.

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    Michael Richards
    Principal
    21525 Norris Road
    Manhattan MT 59741
    USA
    phone: 406-282-6079 (Office) 406-581-8797 (Cell)
    fax: 406-282-6083
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    Michael F. Richards is a Banking Expert Witness and Consultant with more than 34 years of experience. His experience as a Founder, President, and Director of two De-Novo banks and the head of a work-out department for a regional bank give clients and attorneys a crucial behind-the-scene understanding of all aspects of banking.

    Mr. Richards' experience in heading a work-out department provides a wealth of knowledge in litigation testimony from the perspective of a bank officer. He has extensive experience in Lending, Lender Liability, Banking Operations, Regulatory Oversight, Policies, Procedures, and Standards of Care in the Banking Practice. Mr. Richards' represents both Plaintiffs and Defendants.

    Areas of Expertise:
  • De Novo Start-ups / Fundraising
  • Banking Practices, Policies, and Procedures
  • Standards of Care
  • Bank Officers’ / Directors’ Conduct, Actions, Negligence
  • Banking Operations
  • Credit Analysis
  • Loan Review
  • Loan Documentation
  • Bank Regulations / Law
  • Commercial and Real Estate Lending Practices
  • Consumer Lending Practices
  • Forensic Commercial Loans
  • Lender Liability
  • Loan Participation and Documentation
  • Troubled Debt Restructuring Practices, Workouts, Forbearance
  • Collection Practices
  • Loan Commitment Issues
  • Loan Guarantee Issues
  • Bank Credit Administration and Credit Policy Issues, Customs and Practices
  • Real Estate Appraisal
  • Bank Fraud
  • Bankruptcy, Fairness of Interest Rates "Cramdown"
  • 2/8/2011 · Banking
    Successful discovery and depositions require an understanding of the problem loan process in banking.

    1/17/2011 · Banking
    Selecting the appropriate expert is a very important issue and there have been many articles written about the subject.

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    Pat McElroy, Jr.
    6300 Ridglea Place
    Suite 313
    Fort Worth TX 76116
    USA
    phone: 817-420-6593
    fax: 866-379-1819
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    Pat McElroy, Jr. has more than 40 years of experience in the Banking Industry as a Regulator, Banker and Consultant. He has provided various management, lending, operational and regulatory services to financial institutions throughout the United States. Mr. McElroy has extensive experience as an expert witness and has been qualified in civil, criminal and bankruptcy proceedings. He is courtroom seasoned and also has high profile case experience.

    Areas of Expertise:
  • Bank Policies and Procedures
  • Forgery
  • Fraud
  • Lender Liability
  • Lending Related Matters
  • Bond Claims
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Credit & Collections
  • Ordinary Care
  • Employee Crime
  • Industry Standards
  • Bankruptcy Proceedings
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    James B. Hibert
    President and CEO
    6965 El Camino Real, Ste. 105-599
    Carlsbad CA 92009
    USA
    phone: 760-518-2310
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    James B. (Jay) Hibert has been an active lender in the Commercial Banking Industry for 30 years. Prior to forming Market Street Financial Solutions, Mr. Hibert joined the founding team of a San Diego Business bank as a Senior Vice President, and one of the owners of the privately held banking company. During this time he formed and managed the Bank’s Real Estate Loan Department. He also managed the bank’s largest real estate portfolio and was instrumental in developing secondary market relationships for the bank. Mr. Hibert's experience includes:

    Business Development - Credit Administration and Management - Loan Syndication - Brokering - Loan Workouts

    Litigation Experience - Jay Hibert’s market knowledge and transactional experience has allowed him to work in a consulting and expert witness capacity for many clients over the years. He has transacted hundreds of real estate and non-real estate loan negotiations in times of economic growth as well as downturns in the economy.

    Mr. Hibert's extensive credit background arms him with the understanding of how banks and other lenders operate internally. He is a licensed Real Estate Broker (BRE) and his company is a California Finance Lender and Broker through the California Department of Business Oversight. He is experienced in trial and deposition testimony and his services are available to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defense.

    Key areas of expertise in litigation work include:
    • Loan Process and Bank Loan Restructure / Workout Process
    • Note Valuations / Collateral Review
    • Lending Policies, Custom and Practice / Lender Liability
    • Standards of Care and Fiduciary Responsibility
    • Loan Underwriting and Credit Administration
    • Banking Operations / Administration
    • Specialty Niche in SBA Real Estate Lending
    • Expert reports adherent to Federal Rule 26
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    Fiduciary Consultant
    450 Wood Avenue, #2A
    Bainbridge Island WA 98110
    USA
    phone: 206-780-0899
    fax: 206-780-0903
    David G. Mackenzie is a Fiduciary Consultant who limits his consulting practice to providing expert witness testimony in Trust & Estate Litigation Cases. He has represented either trust beneficiaries or trustees who are either plaintiffs or defendants.

    Mr. Mackenzie's area of specialty is in the field of Trust & Estate Administrative Practices and Procedures. He has 48 years of fiduciary experience including a 32 year career for a major Bank Trust Department. During his last five years of his banking career he was its Chief Fiduciary Officer responsible for policy, procedures and complex trust administration issues. For the past 15 years he has consulted for a number of bank trust departments and trust beneficiaries in various states. He has testified in a number of states on proper trust administration and is a very effective Expert Witness on the stand.
    9/9/2009 · Securities
    The Prudent Investor Act introduced new standards for investment performance. It de-emphasizes the importance of accounting income and instead measures a trustee's performance in terms of total return (income plus growth) to the trust portfolio.

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    Nancy D. Terrill, CTP
    All States USA
    phone: 440-477-4781
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    Nancy D. Terrill, CTP is a former Banking Executive with over twenty-five years of progressive Lending and Management responsibility with a regional bank and a money center bank. Ms. Terrill spent 15 of her 25 year banking career in the Special Assets Division working on resolution of the problem loan portfolio. During that time, she was involved in numerous litigation matters including foreclosure and other collection litigation, bank fraud matters and lender liability cases. She progressed to the level of National Manager of the Special Assets Division of KeyBank NA where she had management responsibility over 130 employees serving a loan portfolio of $3 billion at the peak.

    Ms. Terrill has been retained as an expert witness and consultant in litigation matters throughout the United States. She has represented banks and debtors, Plaintiffs and Defendants.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Banking Standards Policies and Procedures, Problem Loan Workout
    • Bank Management Policies and Procedures
    Testimony Topics:
    • Loan Transactions, Corporate Lending
    • Fraud
    • Bank Ethics Violations
    • Fiduciary Issues
    • Loan Officer Conduct, Responsibilities
  • Bank Responsibilities
  • Agent / Participant Loan Obligations
  • Deepening Insolvency and Timeline Issues
  • Bank Client Privacy
  • Agent / Participant Responsibilities, Obligations
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    David L. Peterson
    7452 Hidden River Run
    Hahira GA 31632
    USA
    phone: 229-794-2031
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    David Peterson is a well-recognized ebanking pioneer, with a national reputation as a subject matter expert in Financial Technologies and Electronic Payments. He has over 30 years of experience in banking technology, 25 years of experience in payments, over 20 years of experience with internet / online banking, and over 20 years of experience in correspondent banking.

    Mr. Peterson is currently the Chief Strategic Officer of i7strategies, an independent strategic planning and consulting firm for financial services and electronic payment initiatives. He also serves as Executive Consultant for Q2, a market leading virtual banking software and services company where he focuses on enterprise-wide strategic initiatives, client collaboration and executive consulting.

    Mr. Peterson is a Co-founder of Treev and founder of Goldleaf Technologies. He has worked as Senior Operations Officer of a community bank with compliance and computer operations experience.

    Litigation Support - David Peterson is extremely qualified in electronic banking, payments, and general banking operations. He provides expert witness services to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defense. He is available to provide experts reports, deposition, and trial testimony.

    Areas of Specialization:
    • Electronic Banking
    • Virtual Banking
    • Internet Banking
    • Virtual Branch
    • Correspondent Banking
  • Payments
  • Automated Clearing House (ACH)
  • Electronic Checks
  • Wire Transfers
  • Credit Card Transactions
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