Professor Poser is a widely respected expert in international and domestic securities regulation, with vast experience in this area. He was previously with the American Stock Exchange, where he held the position of Executive Vice President for Legal and Regulatory Affairs, and Senior Vice President of Policy Planning and Governmental Relations. He was also in private practice, and an Assistant Director of the Division of Trading and Markets of the Securities and Exchange Commission. He has served as a consultant and expert witness in connection with securities litigation and arbitrations for the New York State Attorney General, World Bank, Organization of American States, United States Agency for International Development, Securities and Exchange Commission, and the New York Stock Exchange and other securities exchanges. Professor Poser is the author of the books Broker-Dealer Law and Regulation (4th ed. 2007) (co-authored with Professor James A. Fanto), and International Securities Regulation: London's "Big Bang" and the European Securities Markets (1990, Supp. 1991, 1992), and numerous law review articles in these fields. He is a member of the American Law Institute, and serves on the Advisory Board of Standard & Poor's The Review of Securities & Commodities Regulation. He has been a member of the faculty since 1980.
Regulation NMS, Rev. Sec. & Commodities Reg. (2005)
Introduction [Tenth Abraham L. Pomerantz Program: Wall Street in Turmoil: Who is Protecting the Investor], Brook. L. Rev. (2004)
Liability of Broker Dealers for Unsuitable Recommendations to Institutional Investors, BYU L. Rev. (reprinted in 35 Sec. L. Rev. 556 (2003)) (2001)
The Stock Exchanges of the United States and Europe: Automation, Globalization, and Consolidation, U. Pa. J. Int'l Econ. L. (2001)