Randall Steinmeyer - Founder and General Counsel of Crediblock LTD. Mr Steinmeyer has played many material roles the development and creation of many ventures and has served as counsel to officers and directors in the first “legal” cryptocurrency offering in the US (raising in excess of 100m). Mr Steinmeyer has extensive knowledge of financial markets including forex, commodities, accounting and securities regulations together with Mr. Steinmeyer spent more than 20 years pursuing corporate fraud in some of the largest settlements in history including Enron ($8 Billion) , Dynegy, Sprint, Hanover Compressor and literally hundreds of complex shareholder class litigation, derivative, merger and actionsition related litigation and banking fraud (from forex, underwriting, investment banking, to consumer and accounting fraud). His cases have procured billions of dollars from banks and back into the rightful hands of shareholders, bond purchasers, forex victims, together with billions of dollars in investment banking fraud alone.

Mr. Steinmeyer received a J.D. degree, cum laude, from Hamline University School of Law in 1996, where he was a member of the Hamline Law Review. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from the UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA in 1993. He is the author of multiple articles on the hedge fund, pension fund industries and together with the offshore financial community.

Mr. Steinmeyer was an equity partner with the largest plaintiffs’ oriented firm in the the World, Milberg Weiss together with it’s successor firms including Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins LLP (formerly Lerach Coughlin Stoia Geller Rudman & Robbins LLP) and Milberg LLP where he served as counsel in the world’s largest complex class actions involving securities fraud on behalf of public pension funds while recovering record settlements in cases such as Enron, Dynegy, Sprint, Hanover Compressor, and hundreds of other securtities class actions, many of which had precedent setting impacts on the both the antitrust and securities bar. Mr Steinmeyer designed and implemented corporate governance policies and internal controls as conditions of settlements including replacing board members, officers and even accounting firms to enhance corporate governance.

Prior to his legal career, Mr. Steinmeyer was also former securities broker and held Series 7 and Series 63 licenses with the National Association of Securities Dealers (now FINRA). He has concentrated his practice in the areas of securities and antitrust litigation since 1996. He has extensive experience, including substantial jury and non-jury trial work in broker-dealer and class action litigation including securities, forensic accounting, banking, forex, commodities and public finance. 

Mr. Steinmeyer served on the Board of Directors of the Hedge Fund Association for several years after serving as General Counsel for the National Association of Investment Professionals together with other organizations. He also is a regular guest speaker and lecturer on matters concerning current cases, changes in case law, and their respective impact on shareholders’ rights. His appearances have spanned the globe, from multiple television appearances in the U.S. on CNBC to Ch. 2 Francais. From 2000 to the present, Mr. Steinmeyer has been a regular guest speaker in the offshore financial community, including the U.K., France, Germany, Portugal, Cayman Islands, the Netherlands, Italy, Channel Islands, Bermuda, Mexico, Switzerland, and the Netherland Antilles. Since 2000, he has been a has a guest lecturer many to many institutions including The University of Verona and Oxford University.

Joseph Gelet - Chief Technology Advisor - Joseph James Gelet was born in Anaheim, California in 1980 and grew up bi-coastal, in Southern California and Boca Raton, Florida. His interest in computers led him to electronic trading and algorithm development when there was no 'program trading' or algorithmic industry to speak of. Joseph Gelet has been trading since 1996. He began day-trading equities during this time and was always on the cutting edge of algorithmic electronic trading. In 1999 Mr. Gelet began a quest to develop an intelligent trading system for the markets - but at that time algorithmic trading was heresy. In 2002 Mr. Gelet founded Elite E Services in New Zealand, the first boutique Forex broker in the jurisdiction (currently, New Zealand is a Forex hotspot). In 2006 Mr. Gelet became registered with the NFA as a Member CTA (#373609) with a Series 3 designation, Gelet featured in futures magazine through Elite E Services, Inc. USA - and for many years, managed client funds using algorithmic Forex systems. EES was twice named top 10 CTA by Barclay Hedge, as well as receiving press from publishers such as Futures Magazine, Stocks & Commodities magazine, FX Magazine, and many others.

Mr. Gelet is a well read author, he has authored 2 books on the topic of Forex as well as countless articles both in leading print and online publications. He also was an expert Forex consultant to Steinmeyer Law, a leading securities class action & anti-trust litigation firm. He holds a Series 3 license (Commodity Trading Advisor), and has developed an in-depth Forex training course which has helped many Wall St. professionals and international investors understand the nuances of Forex. Mr. Gelet has been the Forex & IT consultant to many FCMs, FDMs, Banks, Hedge Funds, and Universities. Due to the overwhelming amount of fraud and unscrupulous practices in Forex in the United States, Elite E Services decided to withdraw from the NFA in 2014 in pursuit of opening a Forex bank. Joseph Gelet lives in Atlanta with his wife, son, 3 cats and 1 dog.

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