LexShares Closes $100 Million Litigation Finance Fund and Formally Announces New CEO

US-based LexShares, a leading technology platform for litigation finance, announced the oversubscribed closing of LexShares Marketplace Fund II (LMFII), a $100 million fund dedicated to investments in commercial legal claims. LexShares’ deployment of the fund will be overseen by new chief executive officer, Cayse Llorens, who joined the firm’s senior leadership team in 2021.  Investment in the fund was led by Titan Advisors. LexShares also announced the appointment of Cayse Llorens, an accomplished venture capital investor and data scientist, as CEO.

In 2021, LexShares received a majority investment from Brockhurst Capital Partners, a Chicago-based private equity firm focused on specialty finance. As part of the investment, Brockhurst’s founding partner, Mr. Llorens, was named LexShares’ CEO. Mr. Llorens will guide the firm’s strategic direction while spearheading LexShares’ deployment of LMFII.

Before founding Brockhurst, Mr. Llorens was a venture capital investor at Invest Detroit Ventures, OCA Ventures, and Hyde Park Venture Partners. Mr. Llorens graduated summa cum laude in computer engineering from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and earned his MBA with honors from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.

Mr. Llorens joins the LexShares management team and board of directors alongside the firm’s co-founders, president Jay Greenberg and chief investment officer Max Volsky.

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