OCC Says Banks Can Provide Cryptocurrency Services – The National Law Review

Sarah Aberg is special counsel in the White Collar Defense and Corporate Investigations group in the firm’s New York office.

Areas of practice

Sarah’s practice includes litigation, internal investigations and white collar advocacy, with a focus on financial services and securities. She has conducted several criminal trials and numerous internal investigations into a wide variety of allegations, including mail and electronic fraud, mortgage fraud, insider trading, market manipulation, money laundering, financing terrorism, cybercrime and data privacy breaches. Sarah’s regulatory practice encompasses market regulation, overseas registration and disclosure requirements, oversight procedures and sales practices. Sarah represents businesses, financial services companies and associates in investigative and regulatory matters before the United States Department of Justice, the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, FINRA, the Stock Exchange New York City, the New York State Department of Financial Services, and the New York Attorney General’s Office.

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