April 26, 2018, Washington, D.C. – Former U.S. Senator Luther J. Strange, III has joined Patomak Global Partners, a strategy, risk-management, and enforcement consulting firm, as a Senior Advisor. Senator Strange draws on his experience as a U.S. Senator and Attorney General for the State of Alabama to provide strategic counsel to clients, including on corporate investigations, monitorships, compliance, and enforcement matters.
Former U.S. Senator Luther Strange, who lost a Republican primary race in Alabama last year despite the backing of President Donald Trump, is returning to Washington to advise financial firms.
Strange is joining Patomak Global Partners, a regulatory consulting firm with close ties to the Trump administration. The ex-prosecutor spent a year in the Senate after he was appointed
to the seat vacated when Jeff Sessions became U.S. attorney general.
Patomak Global Partners announced today that former U.S. Senate Banking Committee Chief Investigative Counsel Lucas Moskowitz has joined the firm. Mr. Moskowitz joins Patomak as a Director.
Washington, D.C. - Patomak Global Parnters, a leading consulting firm to international and domestic corporations and financial services firms that provides strategic risk management and regulatory compliance services, corporate governance advice, and enforcement and litigation support, announced that today former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner Dan Gallagher has joined the firm as President.
Three months after stepping down from a top position at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Daniel Gallagher is joining a Washington-based consulting firm established after the financial crisis to help companies navigate the new regulatory maze.
Patomak Global Partners announced today that former SEC Chief Economist Craig Lewis and former SEC Counsel Ben Brown have joined the firm. Dr. Lewis joins Patomak as a Senior Advisor, and Mr. Brown joins as a Managing Director.