Respected Wall Street Attorney Noah Sorkin Joins Capital Forensics as a Senior Advisor

Highly Respected Securities Industry Attorney Brings More Than 30 Years of Experience to Address Legal and Regulatory Needs of Financial Services Firms

PALATINE, IL – NOVEMBER 1, 2017 – Capital Forensics, Inc. (CFI) announced today that noted attorney Noah Sorkin – a well-recognized legal authority in the financial services industry – has joined the firm as a Senior Advisor, adding professional depth to CFI’s ability to provide financial services firms with a broad range of legal and regulatory solutions.

Noah Sorkin has more than 30 years of experience in financial services, most recently having served as Executive Vice President and General Counsel for AIG Advisor Group in New York, where he was responsible for all legal, regulatory and related risk-management issues within a network of four broker-dealer / investment advisory firms and 5,000 affiliated Registered Representatives. Previously, he was associated with other nationally recognized firms, including Fidelity National Financial, Oppenheimer & Co., and Prudential Securities, Inc.

Over the course of his distinguished career, Mr. Sorkin has tried or supervised hundreds of lawsuits and arbitration claims involving significant compensatory damages and other equitable relief. He has also lead many teams in regulatory examinations and enforcement activity that included all types of SEC, FINRA and state securities department proceedings, involving market conduct and sales practices.

Capital Forensics’ Chairman and CEO, Vadim Khavinson, said, “At CFI, we seek to add professionals who possess first-hand experience dealing with the tough issues, challenges and opportunities that face our clients. We value people who have battled in the trenches, not watched from the sidelines. In that regard, there are very few attorneys in the financial services field who can match Noah Sorkin’s track record. CFI is proud to include him as a resource for our clients.”

Mr. Sorkin began his career as an Assistant District Attorney in New York. He holds an undergraduate degree from Connecticut College, a Juris Doctor degree from George Washington University Law School, and an LLM Degree in Taxation from New York University Law School.

He currently serves as a securities arbitrator for FINRA.