Host Christopher Cahill talks with Jeff Ball, founder and CEO of Visio Financial Services, Inc. and Econohomes in Episode 44 of Accredited Investor Markets Radio. These enterprises are devoted to providing purchasing opportunities and limited-duration loans to local persons buying low-cost homes in distressed areas, who usually have the intent to fix them up either to flip them at a profit, or to compile a rental portfolio. The model is to bring capital and financially underserved persons together to yield opportunity in their communities, with profit all around.
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Jeff Ball is President and CEO of Visio Financial Services. He is responsible for setting overall strategy and direction. Prior to forming Econohomes and Visio Financial Services, Jeff was the Global Head of Semiconductor Investment Banking at JPMorgan. At JPMorgan, Jeff’s clients included some of the largest technology companies in the world, including Intel and Texas Instruments. Before JPMorgan, Jeff was a corporate securities attorney at Gray Cary Ware & Freidenrich (now DLA Piper). Jeff received his JD and MBA from Santa Clara University. He received his undergraduate degree in Economics and Theology from Georgetown University.
Mr. Cahill is counsel with Lowis & Gellen LLP, in Chicago, Illinois. He guides secured lenders, creditors, debtors, creditors’ committees, potential purchasers and others through bankruptcy cases, out-of-court workouts, assignments for the benefit of creditors, and receiverships. Mr. Cahill has substantial mega-case experience at national law firms representing very large debtors, and has counseled and…
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