Ijeoma E. Okoli is a US finance and regulatory lawyer with over 13 years of experience practicing in New York and London.
She has an extensive knowledge of US and European securities law and has advised on capital markets transactions for a diverse group of clients in Central Asia, Africa, the United States and Europe. She also advises on the flurry of new financial regulation proposed and/or adopted in both the European Union and the United States. Her expertise also includes advising on the impact on the business activities of US and non-US financial institutions resulting from the US Dodd-Frank Act of 2010 and its overlaps with the European Market Infrastructure Regulation. She was short-listed for Finance In-House Lawyer of the Year at the 2013 Chambers UK Women in Law Awards and 2014 In-House Lawyer of the Year Award at The Lawyer Awards.
She obtained a B.A. in History and a M.P.A. in Public Policy and Public Finance from New York University and a J. D. from Cornell University in New York.