Anne Termine is a member of the firm’s Global Futures and Derivatives Practice and leads the Derivatives Enforcement Team. She is also a member of the white collar defense and investigations practice. Ms. Termine advises clients in handling internal investigations and regulatory enforcement inquiries related to the derivatives markets and the cryptocurrency markets.
Prior to joining Covington, Ms. Termine was a Chief Trial Attorney in the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission's (CFTC) Division of Enforcement, where she was responsible for investigating and prosecuting alleged violations of federal laws dealing with commodities, futures, options, swaps, and other derivatives. While in this role, Ms. Termine designed and led the CFTC’s landmark enforcement program involving the manipulation and false reporting of LIBOR, Euribor and TIBOR - critical, international benchmark interest rates. She spearheaded negotiations that resulted in settlements with nine international financial institutions, imposing penalties totaling over $2.8 billion. In managing this massive, global investigation, Ms. Termine was instrumental in developing relationships and coordinating with diverse foreign regulatory and law enforcement agencies throughout Europe and Asia, as well as with divisions of the United States Department of Justice and a coalition of over 40 State Attorneys General. She received the Chairman’s Award for Excellence, the CFTC’s highest award, for her work on and leadership in handling the LIBOR investigations.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Anne M. Termine