- Financial Services Regulatory & Enforcement
- Bank Regulatory
- Consumer Regulatory Law
- Cross-Border Investigations and Enforcement
- Investment Management
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
- Banking & Finance
- Derivatives & Structured Products
- Privacy & Security
- Bank Asset Sales
- Corporate & Securities
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|University ||Hofstra University, B.A., magna cum laude, 2007; Hofstra University, B.B.A., magna cum laude, 2007; Hofstra University, M.B.A., with distinction, 2008; New York University, Advanced Graduate Certificate, 2009|
|Law School||Georgetown University, J.D., 2012; Georgetown University, LL.M., with distinction, 2013|
|Admitted||2013, New York; 2014, New Jersey; 2014, District of Columbia|
Matthew Bisanz is a Financial Services Regulatory and Enforcement associate in Mayer Brown's Washington office. He counsels US and non-US financial services firms on a variety of regulatory, compliance, enforcement, and transactional matters.
Regulatory: Matt advises financial institutions on banking regulations, swaps and other derivatives issues, bank receivership and D&O issues, consumer financial services, and data privacy concerns. He also advises on Dodd-Frank Act compliance issues, including the Volcker Rule, Section 165 enhanced prudential standards, and resolution planning/living wills.
Enforcement: Matt also has experience with sensitive internal investigations and similar matters involving financial services firms (e.g., FATCA, OFAC appeals and compliance, FinCEN BSA/AML compliance, etc.).
Transactional: Matt also advises financial institutions on legislative and regulatory developments regarding complex financial instruments and transactions that are of significance to the financial services industry. In addition, he addresses regulatory status questions for US and non-US financial institutions effecting transactions in, and providing advice with respect to, securities and derivatives.
Prior to joining the Washington office of Mayer Brown in 2013, Matt worked at the SEC, CFTC, DOJ, and FDIC in various regulatory and investigative roles and at a Big Four accounting firm in New York.
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US Department of Justice Brings Its First Criminal Prosecution for Spoofing of Commodities Markets
Matthew Bisanz,Marcus A. Christian,Mark G. Hanchet,Alex C. Lakatos,Richard M. Rosenfeld, October 17, 2014
A Chicago federal grand jury has indicted Michael Coscia, formerly a registered floor trader and sole owner of Panther Energy Trading LLC, for allegedly violating the anti-spoofing provision of the Commodity Exchange Act (“CEA”) and committing commodities fraud. The prosecution is the...
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