Expert witness services related to financial markets

Navesink International offers expert witness services for topics related to the financial markets, including

→ Commodities, options, trading

→ Equities, equity derivatives, VIX

→ Fixed income, bonds, loans

→ Equity financing, funding, stock loans

→ Credit and derivatives

→ Quantitative investments, CTA, alternative investments

→ Cryptocurrencies

→ Prime brokerage, futures clearing

→ Risk management

→ Hedge fund asset allocation / investments / M&A

→ Selection and compensation of investment professionals

We have both affiliated experts and a large network of experts able to cover a swath of topics and cases. We have a proven capacity to find uniquely qualified talents by drawing upon our industry network, rich of many thousands of experienced industry professionals.

For instance, we sourced expertise for cases centering on

Standards of custody agreements for a hedge fund trading tax liens,

Cost of capital and RWA calculations associated with stock loans,

Cryptocurrency transaction cost analysis for digital asset execution venues.

Cannabis, CBD & related banking activities

This 3 minute video explains what is an expert witness and why Navesink International is unique and uniquely qualified for options & futures, trading, derivatives, complex securities:

Click here to reserve your call/Zoom to find out more about our litigation support and expert witness service and how we can help you, to confidentially discuss your case or to find out more about Navesink International.  

Navesink International is retained by the most prominent attorneys and law firms for litigation support and expert witness services for both plaintiffs and defendants. We provide written expert reports, depositions and testimonies for lawsuits and arbitrations.

Our partners include Ankura, Barrington Financial Consulting Group, The Bates Group, Global Economics Group, and Moskalev Consulting, allowing Navesink International to handle the largest and most technical cases over a long period of time.


The hidden $11 Tn hedge fund industry

$11 Trillions worth of hedge funds, half the industry, is barely disclosing any information to the general public. The SEC, which already has valuable information on this well-performing universe, is requesting more disclosure in their Forms PF.


Consulting Agreement: Well Wishes for 2022

Navesink International [Company] and all of its financial market professionals [altogether Experts] will be providing you [Reader] well wishes for 2022.
Topics covered in the services may include health, prosperity, happiness and joy, or any other positively connotated matter.


Another Ponzi style – silver trading

Yet another Ponzi, this time with silver trading.
Gaylen Rust from the Rust Rare Coin company, may spend the next 19 year in prison for a $200m Ponzi fraud spanning two decades.


NatWest Pleads Guilty to Manipulating Treasury Markets

NatWest has admitted to market manipulation to the SEC.
The guilty admission will cost much more than the $35m fine.
It may become the SEC’s new policy.


Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) attracts regulators

The party is still going, but the band’s tune has changed.
Regulators are investigating the Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) industry.


Evergrande has defaulted. Now what?

China Evergrande Group has officially defaulted on $82 m of coupons.
Kaisa Group failed to repay a $400 m bond a few days before.
What happens now?


How to Lose $2 Billion in 10 Years: Unpaid Bills Pile Up for Former Hedge-Fund Star

You always see the glitz around hedge fund portfolio managers – the parties, the mansions, the cars and the boats.
It’s not always like that. This WSJ article reveals quite a story of rags-to-riches.


D.A. Vance: Michael Steinhardt Surrenders 180 Stolen Antiquities Valued at $70 Million

Art is an expression of beauty, proficiency, creativity, or emotions.
It is also an asset class and an investment.
Like all investments, art has its fraudsters.


Are we ready to die for Dantzig?

Those that fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Luckily, the human race learns a few things sometimes.
We certainly need those lessons to handle the current Ukrainian situation.


The Turkish Lira keeps on falling

The intervention orchestrated by the Turkish Central Bank to sustain the Lira has turned ineffective. The Lira fell further.
Erdogan has therefore replaced his finance minister with an even more loyal executive.

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