Latham adds the leading authority on regulating brokers and dealers to the Financial Institutions Industry and Capital Markets Practice Consortium in Washington, D.C. and New York

Marlon Paz advises clients on securities regulation, agency enforcement, internal investigations and examinations, and compliance.

New York and Washington, December 2, 2021 /PRNewswire/ – Latham & Watkins LLP1 to announce it Peace Marlon, a trusted advisor to leading financial institutions and an authority in regulating brokers and dealers, join the company Washington DC And New York Offices as a partner in the capital markets practice and the financial institution industry group, and as a member of corporate governance.

Peace Marlon

Peace Marlon

Paz, a former Senior Special Adviser to the Director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Division of Commerce and Markets, focuses his practice on advising brokers, dealers and other financial services firms on matters relating to securities regulation, the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Financial Industry Regulatory Enforcement Authority (FINRA) investigations, internal checks and compliance.

“Marlon is a reputable practitioner with multiple experience in both private and government practice, and we are delighted to welcome him to the firm,” he said. Dan Lennon, managing partner of the office Latham Washington DC Desk.

Mark Jaffe, managing partner of the office Latham New York The office added: “Marlon is an advisor to brokers, dealers and other financial services firms on the most complex matters, and will be an asset to our clients as they deal with increasingly complex compliance, regulation and enforcement issues.”

Ian Schumann, the global head of Latham Capital Markets Practice said: “Marlon’s arrival demonstrates our continued investment in the company’s core capital markets platform. His sophisticated understanding of securities regulation and enforcement enhances our unparalleled ability to solve the toughest securities and listing issues for our clients.”

Rafal Golovsky, global co-chair of Latham The Industrial Financial Institutions Group added: “Marlon has his finger on the pulse of today’s highly regulated markets. His deep knowledge of brokers and dealers regulations, enforcement and compliance is greatly complementary to Latham The ability to comprehensively address the issues facing clients of our financial institutions around the world.”

Latham Baz said that the global platform and strength across litigation, transactions and regulatory practices provide new and exciting opportunities to serve my clients. “I am pleased to join the company’s strong team advising on market formation, cross-border deals and regulatory issues.”

Baz got a dinar from University of Pennsylvania Faculty of Law, MA in Securities and Financial Regulation from Georgetown University Law Center, a bachelor’s degree from Trinity College. He was appointed as a “lead attorney” in the field of financial services regulation by 500, and among the “100 Most Influential Hispanics in the United States” by Spanish business magazine. Paz is chair of the American Bar Association’s (ABA) International Business Law Committee and vice chair of the American Bar Association’s Federal Securities Regulatory Commission. He has served as chair of the Trade and Markets Subcommittee of the ABA’s Federal Securities Regulatory Commission, president of the DC Hispanic Bar, general counsel of the DC Bar, and national vice president of the National Hispanic Bar. join Latham From Meyer Brown in Washington DC And New York.

About Latham & Watkins (lw.com)
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Notes to editors
1 Latham & Watkins operates worldwide as a limited liability partnership organized under the laws Delaware (USA)) with affiliated limited liability partnerships the practice takes place in FranceAnd Hong KongAnd ItalyAnd Singapore, and the United kingdom As an affiliated partnership, the practice takes place in Japan. Latham & Watkins operates in Israel Through a limited liability company. Latham & Watkins operates in South Korea As a foreign legal advisor’s office. Latham and Watkins work in conjunction with the law firm of Salman M. Al-Sudairi In the Kingdom Saudi Arabia.

Contacts
Dan LennonAnd Washington DC Office Manager Partner, +1.202.637.2200
Mark Jaffe, managing partner of the New York office, +1.212.906.1281
Rafal Golovsky, Global Co-President, Financial Institutions Industry Group, +1.212.906.2964
Ian Schumann, Global Head, Capital Markets Practice, +1.212.906.1894

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