Dave A. Sanchez
Attorney-Fellow, Securities and Exchange Commission, Adjunct Professor of Law
B.A., University of New Mexico; J.D., Harvard
B.A., University of New Mexico; J.D., Harvard. Professor Sanchez is an Attorney-Fellow in the Office of Municipal Securities in the Division of Trading and Markets...Continue Reading
B.A., University of New Mexico; J.D., Harvard. Professor Sanchez is an Attorney-Fellow in the Office of Municipal Securities in the Division of Trading and Markets of the Securities and Exchange Commission. He handles a variety of matters concerning municipal securities, including advising the Commission on policy matters relating to the municipal bond market, providing technical assistance in the development and implementation of major SEC initiatives in the municipal securities area or that concern municipal entities, the issuance of municipal advisor and broker-dealer rules related to municipal bonds, and assisting the Division of Enforcement and other offices and divisions of the SEC on municipal securities matters. In addition, he advises on the rule filings of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board and acts as a Commission liaison with the MSRB, FINRA and a variety of industry groups on municipal securities issues. Prior to joining the SEC, Professor Sanchez was a municipal bond attorney in San Francisco for almost 20 years in private practice with Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe, Sidley Austin and Financial Security Assurance Inc., as well as for the City of San Francisco.