Gail Marshall

Gail Marshall is Associate General Counsel – Enforcement Coordination for the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board (MSRB). She manages the MSRB’s relationship with regulatory authorities and collaborates on rulemaking and regulatory policy functions and legal projects in connection with market price transparency, trade reporting and uniform practice rules. Prior to this role, Ms. Marshall was the Associate General Counsel at the MSRB where she provided legal expertise and support associated with the development of regulations governing municipal market professionals, including dealers and municipal advisors.�Prior to joining the MSRB, Ms. Marshall served as of counsel at Bingham McCutchen LLP from 2000-2015 where she advised broker-dealers and investment advisers on compliance with federal and state securities laws and regulations and rules of self-regulatory organizations, such as the MSRB. Prior to 2000, she was an attorney with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) where she served as special counsel to Commissioner Isaac C. Hunt, Jr. as well as special counsel in the Division of Trading and Markets and Division of Enforcement.Ms. Marshall received a bachelor’s degree in business management, from Westfield State University, a juris doctor from New England School of Law, and a masters of laws in Securities and Financial Regulation from Georgetown University Law Center.�