Marc Grobler plays a key role in new case development including performing in-depth investigations into potential securities fraud class actions, derivative, and other corporate governance related actions. By using an array of financial and legal industry research tools, Mr. Grobler analyzes information that helps support the theories behind our litigation efforts. He is also responsible for protecting the financial interests of our clients by managing the Firm’s portfolio monitoring services and performing complex loss and damage calculations.
Prior to joining the Firm, he served as the Senior Business Analyst in the New York office of a leading securities class action law firm and has worked within the securities litigation industry for over 15 years.
Mr. Grobler graduated cum laude from Tulane University’s A.B. Freeman School of Business in 1997, with a concentration in Accounting. With over 20 years of overall professional financial experience, he started his career in New York at PricewaterhouseCoopers performing audit within the Financial Services Group–audit clients included Prudential Financial and Wasserstein Perella. Prior to entering the securities litigation industry, he worked within the asset management group at Goldman Sachs where he was responsible for the financial reporting of a group of billion dollar fund-of-fund investments. Mr. Grobler also previously worked at UBS Warburg as a Financial Analyst in the investment banking division that focused on financial institutions such as banks, asset managers, insurance and start-up financial technology companies.