Margo Hassan is an Assistant Chief Counsel, FINRA Dispute Resolution. Ms. Hassan began her career in 1987 as an Arbitration Counsel at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). She spent 16 years in various positions in NYSE's Market Surveillance Division, serving for a number of years as a Regulatory Development Counsel responsible for drafting rules and policies, and as a Surveillance Director overseeing reviews of Trading Floor members and other market professionals. In 2006, Ms. Hassan became a Chief Arbitration Counsel for NYSE Dispute Resolution responsible for drafting rules and policies. In 2007, Ms. Hassan joined FINRA's Office of the Chief Counsel, where, among other duties, she drafts rule proposals for review by the FINRA Board and the Securities and Exchange Commission. She is a graduate of Binghamton University and St. John's University School of Law. Ms. Hassan is a member of the New York Bar.