Advisory Board

CorpData’s Advisory Board includes seasoned professionals with experience in technology and business, who provide guidance on both our products and our marketplace.
Eugene Kosoy

Eugene Kosoy is a seasoned technology leader with over 20 years of industry experience, delivering high-impact projects, building complex software products, and leading highly effective engineering teams. Eugene possesses deep expertise in modern technology stacks, cloud technologies, information security, and compliance. With a keen focus on value delivery and customer satisfaction, he is equally effective in highly regulated large corporate environments and dynamic technology startups.

Eugene’s distinguished career at FINRA and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) reflects his commitment to leveraging technology to meet complex business and regulatory challenges. At FINRA, Eugene played a pivotal role in the digital transformation of the Risk Monitoring business. He was also responsible for the redesign of the Financial and Operational Combined Uniform Single (FOCUS) filing system—a mandatory report filed by all US broker-dealers. During his tenure at the NYSE, Eugene made notable contributions to regulatory technology implementations, delivering RegSHO, AML tracking, and the NYSE Examination system.

More recently, Eugene has led the engineering organization at WorldQuant Predictive, a provider of AI-based SaaS solutions. There, he not only managed customer delivery but was also responsible for the revamp of infrastructure, operations, and InfoSec processes, resulting in SOC2 certification. Eugene holds an MBA from the Stern School of Business at NYU and numerous accreditations from AWS,, and PMI. Eugene and his family live in NYC.

Stephen W. Craig

Mr. Craig lives in Greenwich, CT and Cape Cod, MA with his wife, Naima Shea. He and his wife are members of the All Souls Unitarian Church in NYC. He is a blossoming artist and is fluent in Italian and French and enjoys travel. An avid golfer and sailor he enjoys spending time with his children and grandchildren.

As an attorney and as a forty year veteran of the legal information services industry, Mr. Craig has managed and founded many legal services companies and has held numerous positions in management and law.

From 1985 to 1995, he served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Prentice Hall Legal and Financial Services (PHCS), the country’s premier supplier of corporate formation and registered agent services. During his tenure, PHCS grew tenfold, serving the nations’ top 1000 law firms and corporate customers; acting as registered agent for the most prestigious names in corporate America and setting the industry standard for technological and service innovation.

In 1995, together with three partners, he co-founded National Registered Agents, Inc. (NRAI), a legal services company that re-shaped its industry, and served as a Principal and Member of its Board of Directors. NRAI grew into the premier company in its industry before being sold to Wolters Kluwer in 2011.

From 1995 to 2004 Mr. Craig also served as President and Managing Member of Superior Information Services, LLC, a fast growing database information company that served the legal, real estate, and insurance markets. He also served on the Board of Directors of Charles Jones, Inc. a sister company of Superior. In 2004 he orchestrated the merger of Superior and Charles Jones with ChoicePoint, Inc., a publicly traded information company which ultimately was merged with Lexis Nexis.

In addition Mr. Craig has served as Chief Executive Officer for several small businesses including Surety Technologies, Inc., an internet security company. He founded Lenders Capital Recovery Services, LLC, a consulting business for financial institutions.

Currently Mr. Craig is a principal in several real estate companies in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey and New York as both an investor and manager. In addition he is a principal and founding member of Agile Legal Services, LLC a venture that owns several legal services companies serving law firms, law practitioners, corporations and private investment funds. He serves as Executive Director of the Stephen W. Craig Family Foundation and serves on the Board of several small companies.

He is licensed to practice law before the state and federal courts in both New Jersey and New York. Mr. Craig received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Rutgers University, a Masters in Business Administration from Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a Juris Doctor degree from Seton Hall University School of Law.

Bill Freeborn

For three decades, Bill Freeborn has been a leader in both the public and private sectors. As Senior Vice president with Corporation Service Company (CSC), he oversaw sales, marketing, brand and product development across the organization. CSC, a privately-owned and highly-respected service organization, provides matter management, corporate compliance, and trustee services to companies and law firms worldwide. Among other roles in the public sector, his record includes service as Assistant Secretary of State and Director of Delaware’s Division of Corporations where he introduced innovative technologies to the state’s delivery of corporate and legal services.

Upon leaving CSC, Bill has devoted his time to the successful development of four early-stage companies, including a technology service business that provides information assurance solutions through electronic notarization. Additionally, for the past three years Bill has been an active member of the First State Innovation angel network, and a participant in Early Stage East and the Mid Atlantic Angel Investment Network.

Bill is a graduate of Colgate University with a concentration in Economics. He received additional graduate training at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and Stanford University’s Executive Program in Finance. Bill lives in Wilmington, Delaware with his wife, Nancy, and their four children.

Sanford G. Hausner

Sanford Hausner is a former partner at Arent Fox, where he focused on the corporate and international business groups. His practice focused on international corporate and securities law, counseling domestic and international clients in connection with their worldwide legal service requirements. He represented clients in a variety of industries including aerospace, gaming, health care, hospitality, real estate and technology. He has handled transactions in over 40 countries, with an emphasis on the emerging markets. Sandy’s expertise is providing counsel in various stages of business development, from start ups to initial public offerings. He has advised issuers, underwriters, investors and governments involved in domestic and international public and private debt and equity offerings, mergers and acquisitions, financial restructurings and privatizations. Sandy is a member of the Board of Directors for the National Defense Industry Association.