Timothy Casey

Financial Crimes Compliance Goldman Sachs

Prior to joining the firm in 2015, Tim most recently served as an Assistant Director in the Enforcement Division of the Securities and Exchange Commission and an original member of the Broker-Dealer Task Force.  He was the principal point of contact in the New York office for federal, state and local criminal law enforcement, other regulators and self-regulatory organizations.  In this role, he worked extensively with the Investment Advisor / Investment Company and Broker-Dealer Exam Programs.  He was previously the New York Office’s first Chief of Market Intelligence and an original member of the Market Abuse Unit.   Prior to beginning his government service in 2008, he practiced securities law at Clifford Chance US LLP representing financial institutions and individuals in criminal, regulatory and civil proceedings.

 

Tim joined Goldman Sachs in Financial Crime Compliance’s Transaction Surveillance Group, serving as the Anti-Money Laundering representative to the Securities Division. He has co-headed the Transaction and Market Surveillance Group and currently serves as a regulatory advisor to Financial Crime Compliance, supervises FCC’s representatives to the revenue divisions and is the Money Laundering Reporting Officer for GSAM. 

 

Tim joined Goldman Sachs in Financial Crime Compliance’s Transaction Surveillance Group, serving as the Anti-Money Laundering representative to the Securities Division. He has co-headed the Transaction and Market Surveillance Group and currently serves as a regulatory advisor to Financial Crime Compliance, supervises FCC’s representatives to the revenue divisions and is the Money Laundering Reporting Officer for GSAM.  He is a 2001 graduate of Georgetown University, a 2004 graduate of St. John’s University School of Law, and a member of the New York bar.