Shearman Brings On Former FINRA Enforcement Director
Law360 (May 14, 2019, 9:09 PM EDT) -- Shearman & Sterling is growing its litigation and enforcement practice with the addition of a former enforcement supervisor with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
Sara Raisner joined the firm’s New York office as counsel May 6 following a director stint with FINRA’s Department of Enforcement. She has also worked in private practice handling cases involving anti-money laundering surveillance, securities fraud, operational failures and other matters involving FINRA rules as they apply to firms and individuals.
“It was the right time for me in my career to go back to a law firm environment,” she told Law360. “Shearman & Sterling was the...
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