Come in. It's company is being run by a bunch of expensive attorneys. Did you see the recent article in the life settlement wire about them and their business? I doubt their new officers have any clue what kind of operation they bought into. IMHO they will likely begin selling bits of pieces of the company like Mike .Douglas in Wall Street. They probably have some decent employees and assets, but likely not many. From what little I know about them, their assets are toxic. Again, this is only my opinion. But what company can't value their assets for over a year and pays millions a month for lawyers with little to no revenue? Wired in my opinion.
I don't have access to the Life Settlements report. I can see that the last two articles about Imperial involved a man with brain cancer and a second involved Phoenix and STOLI policies. What's going on there?