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Roger Neustadt, Esq.

Mr. Neustadt is the founder and CEO of several companies that purchase and manage portfolios of charged-off consumer credit, including Gemini Capital Group, LLC (“Gemini”). Gemini  has been financed since 2008 by a $25 million revolving line of credit from a subsidiary of the National Bank of Canada. That line has allowed Gemini to purchase consumer debt accounts with face value of over $540 million. Gemini, pursuing a multi-state legal strategy, has obtained judgments on tens of thousands of those accounts. In addition, Mr. Neustadt is CEO of GW Realty, LLC, a real estate management firm which has acquired its more than 70 single-family properties in Georgia via tax deed auction.

Previously, Mr. Neustadt was managing partner of Goodman and Neustadt, a law firm in Atlanta, Georgia that specialized in creditors’ rights (i.e. bankruptcy, foreclosure and collections).  The firm represented large national creditors including Sears, Roebuck & Co., GE Capital Leasing and Discover Card.  Mr. Neustadt also closed over 1,000 commercial and residential mortgage loans while practicing law.  From there, Roger was recruited to become the Chief Operating Officer of one his clients, Oliphant Financial Corporation, a mid-sized debt purchasing entity.  After leading Oliphant to profitability, Mr. Neustadt joined Collins Financial Services as General Counsel.

 Mr. Neustadt has represented the debt buying and collection industries in interviews with the US General Accounting Office and the New York Attorney General’s Office and has lectured at several industry conferences.  He received a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Columbia University in 1988 and a Juris Doctor from Emory University in 1993.

Ryan Fealey, CFA

Mr. Fealey has worked with Roger Neustadt since 2008 as VP, Operations & Finance of Gemini Capital Group, LLC and affiliated entities. Mr. Fealey has extensive experience with financial modeling and forecasting, as well as managing investor capital accounts, lender relationships and equity waterfalls.

Previously, Mr. Fealey was General Manager of a number of commercial real estate properties in New York City for Regus, including 590 Madison Avenue, 245 Park Avenue, and The Chrysler Building.

Mr. Fealey received a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the College of the Holy Cross in 2002, a Master of Arts in Criminal Justice from John Jay College of Criminal Justice in 2005, and a Master of Business Administration from Marist College in 2012. He has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.

James Lang, CFA

Mr. Lang is an expert in commercial real estate securities and income generation strategies.  Most recently, James was a Principal of Cashel Capital, a top performing equity long/short fund focused on Real Estate Investment Trusts and other real estate related companies.  He joined Cashel at inception as an analyst and rose to the position of portfolio manager in 2004.  During Mr. Lang’s tenure Cashel Capital posted positive results for every full year period, including +25.3% net in the crisis year of 2008.

Prior to joining Cashel Capital, Mr. Lang was an analyst and the head trader for Washburne Capital Management, a merger arbitrage hedge fund. He began his investment management career in 1996 at Guard Hill Capital, a risk arbitrage hedge fund.  There he worked as a trader, and became a partner in 1998. He received a Bachelor of Arts in economics from Columbia University in 1988, and a Master of Business Administration from New York University in 2004.  He has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.

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