Marina Baranovsky started her consulting practice after five year tenure at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Marina developed and implemented Rule 17-h Risk Assessment program as a Senior Risk Analyst in the Broker-Dealer Risk Office of the Division of Trading and Markets, specifically focusing on issues related to Net Capital, Regulation T, NAV, Level 3 Assets, internal audit reviews, policies and procedures, organizational structure and other risk factors. She worked closely with regulators from CFTC, FINRA, CBOE, NYSE, FSOC, NFA, FDIC, IASCO, and FSA on issues related to Volcker Rule, Dodd-Frank Title VII, Flash Crash of May 2010, Regulation NMS and other Divisions at the SEC on special projects for Chairman Cox, Mary Schapiro and Division of Enforcement, Office of Compliance and Examinations and Office of Special Counsel. Prior to that, Marina held Senior Manager positions at both Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, specializing in derivatives analysis, financial disclosure and secondary markets. Marina also worked at the Mutual of New York (MONY Group Inc.), Tokio Marine Management – a major Japanese Property and Casualty Insurance Company, and for City Comptroller’s Office of New York in the Bureau of Financial Audit. Marina graduated with honors from Moscow Institute of Technology, with an MBA in Accounting and Auditing and qualification of Economist. She also graduated with honors and a BA degree from Baruch College – The City University of New York, majoring in Finance and Investments.