Paul T. Saulski
Senior Counsel, Office of International Affairs, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Adjunct Professor of Law
B.A., Eastern Michigan University; M.A. (East Asian Studies), J.D., Washington University
B.A., Eastern Michigan University; M.A. (East Asian Studies), J.D., Washington University. Professor Saulski is a Senior Counsel in the Office of International Affairs at the...Continue Reading
B.A., Eastern Michigan University; M.A. (East Asian Studies), J.D., Washington University. Professor Saulski is a Senior Counsel in the Office of International Affairs at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission where his duties include advising and assisting the Commission and staff in the areas of cross-border enforcement and investigations and international regulatory policy, particularly in relation to East Asia, and providing technical assistance/training programs for emerging market regulators. Professor Saulski began his legal career as an Associate in the Tokyo office of White & Case where he specialized in cross-border securities transactions and M&A, and advised on the establishment of hedge funds. Professor Saulski’s graduate studies focused on the development of China and Japan’s financial markets. He studied and conducted research as an academic fellow at Beijing University in Mainland China, the National Taiwan Normal University in Taiwan, and Tsukuba University in Japan. Professor Saulski’s current research focuses on China’s capital market reform and development. He has given lectures on China’s financial markets at numerous schools including University of Maryland’s Smith School of Business, American University and the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. In addition, Professor Saulski has provided training for emerging market regulators and lectured on topics such as securities market supervision, corporate governance and financial disclosure, and securities fraud investigations.