M.B.A., NYU Stern School of Business; B.A., economics, Wesleyan University
Summary of Experience
Mr. Feige specializes in the areas of finance, securities, and financial systems. In cases involving alleged market manipulation in the foreign exchange and IBOR markets, he has analyzed trade data and evaluated alleged manipulation strategies for clients including HSBC. Recently, he worked on USA v. Richard Usher, et al. analyzing FX trade and chat data, preparing an academic expert for testimony at trial, and providing data analyses and consulting support to counsel throughout the project. Mr. Feige has also developed complex valuation models including discounted cash flow models, and has analyzed asset-backed securities, collateralized debt obligations, and other securitized products in support of expert testimony in a number of bankruptcy and damages matters. For instance, in matters related to the Lehman bankruptcy, he worked on projects regarding accounting standards, derivatives valuation and closeouts under ISDA master agreements, and distressed institution credit ratings. Mr. Feige has worked on and managed case teams in a wide range of additional financial projects over the past ten years. These include lawsuits involving Ponzi schemes and fraudulent conveyance; collective action, securities, and valuation projects in the UK; and international arbitrations to value defaulted sovereign debt, expropriated oil fields, and retail operations. His work has been published in several industry journals.
The Redemption Option: Discussion and Valuation Considerations from the ABI Commission’s Proposed Chapter 11 Reform
AIRA Journal, Vol. 29, No. 4
Feige C, Danilov K