Stephen joined Brickell Key Asset Management (BKAM) in 2014, bringing with him a hybrid legal and finance background. He serves as Director of Underwriting & Structuring.His work at BKAM centers on the diligence and closing of inbound deal flow. Stephen’s involvement spans the full length of the deal lifecycle including structuring, evaluating merits /damages, modeling and closing investments. Since the raising of BKAM single client mandate in 2014, Stephen has closed seventeen bespoke litigation backed financings for an aggregate deployment of over $200 million.
Prior to entering the commercial litigation industry three years ago, he spent three years at Goldman Sachs & Co. where he was a financial analyst in the Securities division. During that time, Stephen focused on both primary and secondary market opportunities surrounding international equity, options and futures microstructure.
Stephen received his law degrees from the University of Oxford (M.A.) and Harvard Law School (LL.M), where he worked as a research assistant to a professor of bankruptcy law. While at Harvard Law School, Stephen wrote a thesis on preference litigation within the context of Chapter 11 bankruptcy which was subsequently published. He completed his undergraduate studies at Georgetown University, where he earned a B.S. (magna cum laude). He is a member of the New York Bar.