SFC Hires Maxwell Consulting Founder Pimbley

Nov 6 2013 | 1:07pm ET

Securities and Finance Consulting Associates has added a theoretical physicist to its staff.

Joe Pimbly, principal of Maxwell Consulting, has joined SFC as a litigation support, expert witness and risk management consultant, working with SFC founder Ezra Zask, Jean-Baptiste Carelus and Jack Chen.

Pimbley, an expert in complex financial instruments, financial risk management, structured products, derivatives and quantitative algorithms, founded Maxwell Consulting in 2010. Prior to that, he was a lead investigator for the examiner appointed by the Lehman bankruptcy court. His earlier Wall Street roles included positions as quantitative analyst, risk manager, derivative trader and portfolio manager.

Pimbley's recent and current engagements include financial risk management advisory, advisory review of investment policies and execution, credit underwriting for structured and other financial instruments, and litigation testimony and consultation. 

SFC is an economic consulting firm specializing in litigation consulting and expert witness services in complex securities litigation; investment management services for hedge funds, fund of hedge funds, family offices and institutional investors; hedge fund due diligence and manager selection; and risk management services. 


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