Shining the lights on pro athletes' money managers.
Without BrightLights' oversight, the epidemic of fraud will continue.
A pro athlete's physical health is monitored by many professionals,
yet no one monitors the advisors responsible for an athlete's financial health.
That's how $500 million was lost.
named by The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, & TIME as the most important financial follow on Twitter.
Let a Certified Fraud Examiner & Former Financial Regulator
protect your money & best interests:
Will your financial advisor work in your best interest? What products is he incentivized to sell? Is he/she really a fiduciary or not?
BrightLights' Scouting Report grades financial advisors on conflicts, fees, disciplinary history, and more.
Choose the best. It's your future.
A lack of oversight is responsible for nearly half of frauds, and the monitoring and audits of accounts result in the largest deduction in fraud.
BrightLights continuously monitors your investment and bank accounts to increase accountability & decrease your risk of fraud.
For veteran athletes who have never reviewed their accounts for fraudulent withdrawals, unsuitable investments, or conflicts of interest, BrightLights' Deep Dive will review years of past activity to ensure you have a clean bill of financial health for retirement.
Don't become another statistic.
Pro athletes lost $500 million to fraud from 2004 - 2017.
Hire a professional to provide financial checks and balances.
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BrightLights is NOT a financial advisor and will NOT control your money.
BrightLights charges a flat fee for its consulting services.
An independent advocate for athletes to stop fraud & abuse.
BrightLights Presentation at NCAA's Elite Student-Athlete Symposium for Men's Basketball
Former NFL All-Pro and NFL Man of the Year, Nnamdi Asomugha:
"I majored in finance at the University of California at Berkeley, but even that didn’t prepare me for protecting my money as a professional athlete. For athletes, it’s extremely tough to trust people with your finances. It’s so easy to be victimized. It’s crazy. It’s happened to me as an NFL player, to be honest. I think it’s happened to 99% of players in the league.”
- Source: Interview with Wealthsimple