Tom Sporkin is a Partner at BuckleySandler. Mr. Sporkin has broad knowledge of all SEC areas and priorities and continues to monitor key developments at the SEC as well as the various bank regulators and other financial focused regulatory agencies including FINRA, Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), and FinCEN. Mr. Sporkin spent 20 years with the SEC’s Enforcement Division, most recently as Chief of the Office of Market Intelligence. Prior to running OMI, Mr. Sporkin co-managed a staff of 20 enforcement lawyers overseeing investigations into the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), financial fraud, insider trading, and manipulative trading. In 2009 and 2010, Mr. Sporkin was selected to be one of the leaders of two cutting-edge initiatives: the launch of the SEC’s Whistleblower Office and the launch of the Consolidated Audit Trail rule writing effort. While at SEC, Mr. Sporkin was involved in numerous investigations resulting in the SEC charging individuals and entities with stock fraud, insider trading, bank secrecy act violations, and FCPA violations.