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Carol McGee

Assistant Director, Dirivision of Trading & Markets
U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission

Carol McGee is the head of the Office of Derivatives Policy in the SEC’s Division of Trading and Markets.  In that role she directs projects relating to key definitional terms and foreign regulatory issues that arise in connection with the regulation of security-based swaps under U.S. law.  The Office of Derivatives Policy also provides interpretive advice on the regulatory treatment of novel derivative products under the Exchange Act, and administers the new product provisions contained in the Dodd-Frank Act.

 

She was previously a Partner at Alston & Bird LLP and the co-leader of its securities practice group.  Ms. McGee also served as Deputy Chief Counsel in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance.  Ms. McGee holds a J.D. from the University of Virginia, an M.Phil from the University of St. Andrews and a B.A. from Wellesley College.

Carol McGee will be speaking at:

The markets and SEC and CFTC developments

January 1, 1970 11:35 - 12:35

Dodd-Frank, Brexit and U.S. Regulation in 2017 and Beyond: the Regulator’s view

January 1, 1970 09:20 - 10:30

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