Michael Loesch is a partner in the Corporate and Regulatory and Investigations practice groups in the Washington D.C. office of Norton Rose Fulbright. Michael provides legal and strategic guidance on a broad range of issues, including commodities and securities litigation and enforcement, regulatory compliance, internal investigations, and Dodd-Frank. He represents corporations and individuals with respect to CFTC and SEC enforcement investigations and has experience with matters involving manipulation, insider trading, fraud, price reporting, and a variety of other regulatory areas.
Michael also advises clients on complex regulatory and compliance issues, including those involving energy trading, swaps, and derivatives market activity. Having served in senior leadership positions at both the CFTC and the SEC, Michael draws on more than 14 years of federal regulatory and legislative experience to assist clients. Michael previously served as chief of staff of the CFTC, counsel to the chairman of the SEC, branch chief in the SEC's enforcement division, and a staffer in the U.S. Senate.