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Matthew Greiner

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Deputy Assistant Director, International Enforcement Cooperation, Office of International Affairs
Washington, DC, USA


Matthew Greiner is a Branch Chief in the SEC’s Office of International Affairs (OIA).  In this capacity, Mr. Greiner assists and advises the SEC’s Division of Enforcement and other U.S. regulatory and law enforcement authorities in obtaining documents, testimony, asset freezes, or other assistance abroad.  Mr. Greiner also provides assistance to foreign regulatory and law enforcement authorities under the International Organization of Securities Commissions MMoU, bilateral agreements, and other arrangements.  Mr. Greiner has primary case management responsibility for matters relating to North America, Asia and the Middle East. 

Prior to joining OIA, Mr. Greiner served as Senior Counsel in the SEC’s Division of Enforcement for over thirteen years, where he conducted over thirty investigations and filed over forty Enforcement cases including matters involving accounting fraud, insider trading, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, offering fraud, and broker-dealer/investment advisor regulatory compliance.  Representative public matters include:  Tyco FCPA, Royal Ahold, Cendant, J.Crew, and AnchorBank. Mr. Greiner litigated administrative and civil cases on behalf of the SEC and also served as a Special Assistant U. S. Attorney for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia.  Prior to government service, Mr. Greiner was a commercial litigator in private practice. 

Mr. Greiner received a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Virginia School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Indiana University.

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