Satyam Khanna

Research Fellow

Satyam Khanna Portrait

 

Satyam is a resident fellow at NYU School of Law's Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance. He also serves as a member of the Securities & Exchange Commission's Investor Advisory Committee, an external body tasked with advising the SEC on a variety of initiatives to protect investor interests and promote investor confidence and the integrity of the securities markets. Prior to coming to NYU, he was Counsel to former SEC Commissioner Robert Jackson, where he advised the Commissioner on an array of novel issues in securities regulation, corporate governance, and financial regulation. Before joining the SEC, he was a fellow at Columbia Law School’s Program on Corporate Law and Policy. Prior to that, he was an advisor at the Financial Stability Oversight Council at the U.S. Treasury Department, where he counseled senior Treasury officials on financial stability risks and led a number of complex financial stability initiatives. Satyam began his legal career as a litigation associate at the law firm McDermott Will & Emery, focusing his practice on white-collar and securities enforcement defense. He also served as a research assistant to Roger Altman, founder and senior chairman of Evercore. Satyam is a graduate of Columbia Law School and Washington University in St. Louis.

 

Publications

How to Get Money to Small Businesses, Fast, op-ed with Adam Levitin (New York Times)