Senior Counsel to the Investor Advocate
Adam T. Moore currently serves as Senior Counsel to the Investor Advocate. As part of the Legal and Policy team in the Office, Mr. Moore analyzes the potential impact of proposed SEC and SRO rules on investors, particularly those that relate to market structure and broker-dealer regulation, and serves as liaison to the Division of Trading & Markets. Prior to joining the Office, Mr. Moore served as Special Counsel in the SEC’s Office of Market Supervision, supervising self-regulatory organizations, monitoring alternative trading systems, and advising on equity, fixed income, and derivative market structure initiatives.
Prior to joining the SEC in 2011, Mr. Moore worked in the DC offices of an international law firm with a practice specializing in securities litigation defense and regulatory enforcement investigations. He received his law degree from New York University and his bachelor’s degree, with distinction, from the University of Virginia.