Board of Directors
Chairman of the Board
Mr. Feinsod is the Managing Member of Infinity Capital, LLC, an investment management company he founded in 1999. From 2006 through 2013, he served in various executive positions at Ameritrans Capital Corporation, a business development company. Mr. Feinsod served as a director of Ameritrans Capital from December 2005 until July 2013 and served as a director of its subsidiary, Elk Associates Funding Corporation, from December 2005 until April 2013. Mr. Feinsod served as an investment analyst and portfolio manager at Mark Boyar & Company, Inc., a broker-dealer. He is admitted to practice law in New York and served as an associate in the Corporate Law Department of Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP. Mr. Feinsod holds a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and a B.A. from George Washington University.
Mr. Boockvar is the Chief Market Analyst with The Lindsey Group, a macro economic and market research firm. He is also the Chief Investment Officer for Bookmark Advisors, an asset management firm. Prior to this, Peter spent a brief time at Omega Advisors, a New York based hedge fund, as a macro analyst and portfolio manager. Before this, he was an employee and partner at Miller Tabak + Co for 18 years where he was recently the equity strategist and a portfolio manager with Miller Tabak Advisors. He joined Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette in 1992 in their corporate bond research department as a junior analyst. He is a CNBC contributor and appears regularly on their network. Peter graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.B.A. in Finance from George Washington University.
Robert Frichtel served as a managing partner of IBC Capital Group, a commercial real estate and finance company, from 2002 to June of 2013. Since 2010 Mr. Frichtel has consulted for numerous clients throughout the nation that are engaged in the medical marijuana business and has written articles for Bloomberg news regarding the cannabis industry. Between 1999 and 2001, Mr. Frichtel was the president and Chief Operating Officer of EOS Group, a division of Health Net, a NYSE listed healthcare company. Mr. Frichtel received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Colorado State University.
Duncan Levin is a highly respected expert in the space of anti-money laundering, internal investigations, and anti-fraud. After a lengthy career at the highest levels of state and federal law enforcement, Mr. Levin now regularly consults with a variety of businesses facing complex challenges, including regulatory, investigatory, and anti-fraud issues.
Mr. Levin served as a federal prosecutor with the U.S. Department of Justice specializing in money laundering and asset forfeiture and on the senior staff of the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, where he was Chief of Asset Forfeiture and supervised money laundering cases. As the forfeiture chief for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr., Mr. Levin oversaw all criminal and civil asset forfeiture and money laundering on a wide variety of cases, including international corruption, white-collar fraud, identity theft, organized crime, terrorist financing, and narcotics cases. He was the primary liaison with U.S. Department of Justice on the forfeiture of $1.9 billion in the HSBC OFAC sanctions case and $350 million in Standard Chartered OFAC sanctions case, as well as the OFAC/AML cases against BNP Paribas and ING. Mr. Levin managed a full-time staff of dedicated prosecutors and support personnel and supervised forfeiture and monetary recoveries on cases involving more than 500 Manhattan assistant district attorneys. Mr. Levin was the original drafter of a criminal forfeiture and criminal monetary recovery statute that was included in Gov. Cuomo’s 2012 budget proposal. Mr. Levin also ran all aspects of the District Attorney’s restoration of forfeited funds to crime victims and coordinated with the Suspicious Activity Report (“SAR”) Team with respect to federal money laundering cases, Title 31 and other Bank Secrecy Act (“BSA”) cases. Mr. Levin was cross designated as a Special Assistant Attorney General to supervise forfeiture aspects of People v. Joseph Stevens and Co., Inc., a securities fraud case. He was appointed counsel to the procedure committee of the White Collar Crimes Task Force of the District Attorney’s Association of the State of New York, and he is a member of the New York State Forfeiture Law Advisory Group.
Prior to joining the District Attorney’s Office, Mr. Levin served as an Assistant United States Attorney at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York, where he handled money laundering, asset forfeiture, and BSA cases. He reported in that position to U.S. Attorney Loretta Lynch, who is now the United States Attorney General.
Mr. Levin is a graduate of Yale College, where he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and Yale Law School. He started his legal career as a line prosecutor at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, focusing on financial crime. He clerked for Hon. Nicholas G. Garaufis on the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York and has worked in private practice. Mr. Levin has lectured extensively on money laundering, suspicious activity reporting, AML/OFAC, and asset forfeiture for the U.S. Department of Justice and the District Attorney’s Office. He serves on the Criminal Law committee of the Bar Association for the City of New York.
Mark Green has extensive real estate investing experience across public and private markets spanning several business cycles, most recently serving as a Managing Director of Leucadia National Corporation, a diversified holding company, which through its subsidiaries, engages in numerous industries, including real estate, and Jefferies LLC, a subsidiary of Leucadia. Earlier in his career, Green led real estate divisions at UBS, Eurohypo, and CIBC World Markets.