Elan Blunttinger

Ignacio Sandoval (’07)

Ignacio Sandoval is a partner in the securities industry practice at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP. Mr. Sandoval advises broker-dealers and other securities intermediaries on matters relating to their obligations under federal securities laws and self-regulatory organization rules.

Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, he was a special counsel in the Office of Chief Counsel in the SEC’s Division of Trading and Markets. Mr. Sandoval’s SEC experience includes matters involving domestic and foreign broker-dealer registration matters, anti-money laundering obligations, alternative trading systems, and high frequency traders. Additional experience at

the SEC includes matters relating to the safe harbor from broker status for an issuer’s personnel, statutory disqualifications, transaction confirmations, and the outsourcing of broker-dealer technology and platforms. Mr. Sandoval also has experience with issuer listing standards, alternative trading system registrations, and enforcement matters involving broker-dealers, clearing agencies, transfer agents, and derivatives.

Mr. Sandoval earned his BA in international relations from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2003 and his JD from American University Washington College of Law in 2007.