Timothy A. Geishecker
Adjunct Professor of Law
B.S., B.A., University of Pennsylvania; J.D., Cornell
Professor Geishecker is a Senior Counsel in the Office of International Affairs at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He advises the Office of International...Continue Reading
Professor Geishecker is a Senior Counsel in the Office of International Affairs at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. He advises the Office of International Affairs on international regulatory policy, concentrating on issues related to corporation finance and corporate governance, and provides international comparative law analyses on the regulatory developments in foreign jurisdictions with their potential impact on the SEC’s statutes, rules and regulations. In addition, Professor Geishecker lectures on a variety of topics involving US securities law and policy as part of the technical assistance program and advises on international enforcement investigations and consults with foreign regulators. His regional specialty involves providing guidance on issues concerning Latin America. Professor Geishecker previously worked in the SEC’s Division of Corporation Finance reviewing a broad range of registration statements for banks and financial service companies and participated in the Executive Compensation and Shareholder Proposal task forces. He has received the Chairman’s Award for Excellence and the Law and Policy Award in connection the Dodd-Frank Act for his work at the SEC.
Prior to arriving to the SEC, Professor Geishecker worked as a Vice President at Standard Chartered Bank in New York on diverse securities and banking matters primarily related to emerging markets. He also worked in New York at Willkie Farr & Gallagher advising on trading of securities by international broker-dealers, banks and institutional investors and at Holland & Knight on corporate law issues for large multinational companies.