Greg Bordenkircher joined the 68 Ventures team as General Counsel in 2022 and is responsible for leading and strengthening the company’s legal function, including managing litigation, regulatory, and legislative affairs, along with overseeing risk management.
Greg brings 36 years of legal experience to 68 Ventures, having served in various capacities. Greg has even owned and managed his own firm specializing in the fields of financial litigation, securities law, cyber security risks, and complex white collar investigations.
In a recent role as Chief Litigation Counsel for the Alabama Securities Commission, he managed the civil and criminal team of litigators and investigators who were responsible for investigating criminal and civil securities violations in the State of Alabama. These matters involved securities law violations, regulatory violations, cyber currency and improper sale and advertisement of securities instruments, including stocks, bonds, loans and investment contracts.
Before that, Greg served the Department of Justice in varied crucial roles, trying over 167 federal jury trials consisting of public corruption cases, complex white collar cases, bankruptcy fraud, large conspiracy cases involving securities fraud, and mail and wire fraud. Further, he has handled digital evidence challenges in search warrants, suppression hearings, pretrial motions and digital evidence presentations in numerous federal jury trials involving computer fraud and large white collar cases.
Greg has worked extensively with the FBI, SEC, DIA, US Secret Service, IRS, ICE, National Security Division and state and local authorities in investigating and prosecuting large, complex civil and criminal matters. In addition, he spent 15 years as an instructor for the Department of Justice’s National Advocacy Center at the University of South Carolina.
One of his most important roles was when he was selected by the Department of Justice as a prosecuting attorney for the Regime Crimes Liaison’s office in Baghdad Iraq. In that role Greg was picked to be the lead American advisor to the Iraqi prosecution team on the Genocide and War Crimes trial of Saddam Hussein and Ali Hasson al Majid (Chemical Ali). In that capacity, he aided the Iraqi prosecutors in all phases of trial preparation and trial presentation, and acted as their on-site advisor during the trial.