GREG CHIUVE counsels broker-dealers, investment advisers, financial institutions, and public companies on securities enforcement and regulatory matters. Greg regularly assists large institutions with the collateral consequences associated with settlements involving the SEC, CFTC, state regulators, and others, including drafting and assisting with FINRA MC-400 and MC-400A applications. Greg also advises broker-dealers, banks, and investment advisers on statutory disqualification issues regarding employees and other regulatory reporting issues.
Greg earned his law degree, cum laude, from Boston College Law School. He also received his B.A. from Boston College. While attending law school, Greg was an executive editor for the UCC Reporter-Digest.
Prior to joining Sidley as an associate, Greg was a student honor’s program intern for the SEC’s Division of Enforcement in the Boston regional office. Prior to attending law school, Greg was a litigation paralegal in Sidley’s office in Boston. As a paralegal, he worked on matters for both the Securities Enforcement and Regulatory and the White Collar: Government Litigation and Investigations practice groups.