Elaine C. Greenberg has nearly 30 years of securities law experience, including a 25-year tenure at the SEC. Her practice focuses on SEC, FINRA, and other securities and regulatory matters, examinations, investigations, enforcement actions, and litigation; white collar and corporate investigations; and public finance. She has represented and advised major financial institutions, underwriters, broker-dealers, investment advisers, issuers, municipal advisors, former public company officers, mutual fund director, and other organizations and individuals.
Prior to entering private practice, Elaine served as a senior officer in the SEC’s Enforcement Division in dual roles. As the inaugural Chief of the Specialized Unit for Municipal Securities and Public Pensions, she built and led a nationwide unit to oversee the SEC’s enforcement efforts in the multitrillion-dollar municipal securities and public pensions marketplaces. As Associate Director of the Philadelphia Regional Office, she was responsible for overseeing the SEC’s enforcement program in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Elaine possesses deep institutional knowledge of SEC policies, practices and procedures. She is nationally recognized for producing high-impact enforcement actions, bringing cases of first impression, and negotiating precedent-setting settlements. Elaine has shared her vast experience through frequent speaking engagements and has been often quoted in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Bloomberg, Law360, Reuters and The Bond Buyer.