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Investing in litigation finance — with LexShares’ Jay Greenberg

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Investing in litigation finance — with LexShares’ Jay Greenberg

LexShares, a new investing platform co-founded by Jay Greenberg, allows individuals to invest in litigation.

Known as ‘litigation finance’, this form of investing hasn’t been available to a wide investor base but returns have been as high as 50%. Jay talks to Zack Miller, Tradestreaming’s host, about the origin of litigation finance and how investors can now use LexShares to get access to a very exciting asset class.

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About Jay Greenberg

Jay Greenberg, CEO of LexSharesJay is the co-founder and CEO of LexShares.

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