Sam Jones is a Financial Analyst with Saxena White’s California office. Prior to joining Saxena White, Mr. Jones worked for over ten years as a financial analyst at a leading securities litigation law firm where he specialized in developing techniques for data modeling and visualization. He worked on numerous landmark securities cases including In re Bank of America Securities Litigation ($2.425 billion recovery); In re Lehman Brothers Equity/Debt Securities Litigation ($735 million recovery); In re Wachovia Corp. Securities Litigation ($627 million recovery); and Merrill Lynch Mortgage Pass-Through Litigation ($315 million recovery).
In the fallout of the housing and credit crisis, Sam pioneered techniques in data management and analysis for the firm’s then-developing RMBS and structured finance practice. He has worked on numerous individual and class action RMBS cases against most of the major Wall Street banks.
Sam graduated from Vassar College in 1996, where he studied anthropology with a focus on economics. After graduation he worked extensively as a field archaeologist throughout the U.S. and in Israel before transitioning to a career in securities litigation and financial analysis.