Jeffrey Mooney is an Associate Director in the SEC's Division of Trading and Markets. He heads the Office of Clearance and Settlement where his responsibilities include developing regulatory standards for central counterparties, central securities depositories and other entities that provide clearance and settlement services. He also represents the SEC in domestic and international policy initiatives.
During his tenure, Jeffrey Mooney has served as counsel to former SEC Chairman Arthur Levitt, and co-chaired a working group of securities regulators and central bankers that developed the international standards for financial market infrastructures. He has also received several SEC awards, and has been a presenter at SEC Speaks, the SEC's International Institute, and various securities industry conferences and events. Jeffrey Mooney received a JD from Georgetown University Law Center and BA in Economics from Fisk University.