Exclusive: White House considers former banking lawyer for Fed board - sources

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nvgg wrote:

The Fox to guard a chicken house

Apr 23, 2014 8:24pm EDT  --  Report as abuse
joebhed wrote:

Beyond the community banker Trojan Horse……

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About Diana Preston

Diana L. Preston is Managing Director and Associate General Counsel for the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association (SIFMA). Her work focuses on international regulatory advocacy in an effort to improve the environment for products and services in cross-border transactions. This work involves targeted research, writing, and outreach to U.S. and foreign government officials on issues relevant to global securities firms.

Prior to joining SIFMA, Ms. Preston was the General Counsel, Executive Vice President, and Secretary of FOLIOfn, Inc. and was responsible for all legal, regulatory, and policy matters for the innovative online securities broker-dealer, proxy voting advisory firm, and financial services technology provider. Ms. Preston’s other private sector experience includes practicing securities and banking law as an assistant general counsel at Capital One Financial Corporation and as an associate with Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in Washington, DC. In these positions she advised clients on a wide range of securities and banking law issues related to developing new products and trading systems; drafting financial institution networking and other agreements; developing and implementing written supervisory procedures for trading, sales activities, anti-money laundering, and insider trading prevention; drafting public company proxy statement and periodic disclosure reports; analyzing trading activity for potential market manipulation; and counseling related to privacy and other regulatory requirements applicable to brokers-dealers, investment advisors, investment companies, and banks.

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