Meet Robert Axelrod
Director, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP
Robert Axelrod is a director of the Deloitte Forensic practice of Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP (Deloitte FAS).
He specializes in projects addressing financial transactions in regulatory and compliance contexts, including anti-money laundering and anti-terrorist financing, as well as anti-corruption concerns in the financial services industry, specifically addressing banks, insurance companies, and broker dealers.
Before joining Deloitte FAS, Robert was a managing director for a major financial institution based in New York. In this role, he supervised compliance regarding foreign exchange and derivatives and coordinated the broker-dealer and securities compliance functions. He was the Chair of the Broker-Dealer Anti-Money Laundering Oversight Committee and lectured on law and regulations for the institution’s advanced anti-money laundering training course. During his tenure, Robert significantly revised the organization’s insider trading program and participated in an organization-wide review of potential conflicts. Prior to that role, Robert was the general counsel at a regional securities broker-dealer and was a partner at a major New Jersey law firm.
Robert earned his J.D. from the University of Chicago School of Law School and holds degrees in electrical engineering and psychology from the University of Michigan.
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