A former SEC regulator, Mark Monzer Attar is uniquely conversant in the SEC’s complex broker-dealer financial responsibility rules. His extensive experience with the net capital rule, customer protection rule, hypothecation rules, books and records rules, financial reporting rules, and risk assessment rules enables his clients to make smarter decisions about their money.
Before re-joining Schiff Hardin, Mark spent twelve years working in increasingly senior positions within the SEC’s Office of Broker-Dealer Finances, administering the SEC’s broker-dealer financial responsibility rules.
Mark has assisted clients in responding to interpretive questions under SEC and SRO rules, preparing comment letters on SEC and SRO rulemaking proposals, requesting no-action relief from regulatory requirements, advising on examination and enforcement inquiries, drafting new and continuing SRO membership applications, assessing coverage under the Securities Investor Protection Act of 1970, and negotiating contracts.
- Georgetown University Law Center, LL.M., 2008
- New York Law School, J.D., 1996
- Franklin and Marshall College, B.A., 1993
- New York
- District of Columbia
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