SEC Enforcement in 2024: Trends, Fines, and Penalties

Start time:
April 25, 2024 3:45 PM PT
2 hours, 15 minutes

225 S. Lake Ave. Suite 900
Pasadena, CA 91101
Chad Poggioli, Moss Adams, 858-627-5503
Cost to attend:

Join us at our panel discussion to learn how other companies are protecting themselves against and responding to SEC enforcement actions.

SEC enforcement actions have been record-breaking, with penalties and financial remedies exceeding $10 billion over the past two years. Stay ahead of compliance with the recently finalized Cybersecurity Disclosure rules and be prepared for the SEC's upcoming adoption of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) rules in the spring of 2024.

We’ll offer actionable takeaways to reduce the cost of compliance while staying on the right side of laws and regulations for finance, compliance, internal audit, and IT departments.


  • 3:45–4 PM: Check-in

  • 4 PM–5 PM: Panel discussion

  • 5 PM–6 PM: Food, beverages, and networking

Food and beverages will be served. Seats are limited—register now.



Nick Morgan, JD, Founder and President, ICAN

Nick leads ICAN, a public interest not-for-profit that represents individuals adverse to the SEC who can’t afford counsel in precedent setting cases. He has litigated a wide variety of securities claims both for and against the SEC including cases involving insider trading, market manipulation, financial reporting, Reg FD, internal controls, and accounting.

Perrie Weiner, JD, Partner, Chair of the North America Securities Litigation Group , Baker & McKenzie

With over 30 years of experience, Perrie's practice focuses primarily on securities class action and shareholder derivative litigation and SEC enforcement matters. He offers clients a holistic approach to advocacy and has defended some of the most high-profile and complex regulatory actions and securities fraud class action cases in the US. He represents private equity funds, including hedge funds, broker-dealers, underwriters, placement agents, and issuers in SEC and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) enforcement proceedings as well as in white collar criminal proceedings.

Anna Waldren, CPA, Senior Manager, Moss Adams

Anna has practiced public accounting since 2013. Her experience includes GAAP as promulgated by the GASB; federal and state compliance audits including those in accordance with Government Auditing Standards and the single audits of federal awards; and financial statement audits and reviews of not-for-profit and health care entities. Anna also has over nine years of experience providing assurance services over environmental, social and governance (ESG) reporting, including greenhouse gas inventories and Green Bond-related assurance engagements.

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