Joseph M. Moyer

Joseph Moyer Compliance Lawyer Ankura DC
Senior Director
Organization Profile
Professional Biography

Joseph M. Moyer is a Senior Director at Ankura based in Washington, DC. He has over a decade of experience as an attorney and management consultant focused on assisting clients with a range of compliance, investigative, and risk management challenges. A seasoned leader of global teams, his work has spanned multiple continents. A former Navy Judge Advocate, Joseph today focuses on assisting clients with navigating national security implications of foreign investment and trade, including Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), Foreign Oversight, Control, and Influence (FOCI), and Team Telecom reviews. He has worked on multiple CFIUS monitorships, audits, and advisory engagements to ensure sustained client compliance with terms of National Security Agreements (NSAs).


Prior to joining Ankura, Joseph managed anti-corruption, sanctions, and export control investigations and compliance engagements with clients throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia on behalf of two global consulting firms. These engagements focused on the development of effective risk-oriented compliance programs attuned to evolving and emerging regulatory requirements and implemented to effectuate buy-in at all levels of an organization. Joseph also led global teams developing geopolitical risk reports recognized in leading international media outlets for their assessment of the impact of emerging threats on defense and security policy choices.

Joseph began his career in the United States Navy as a Judge Advocate and served in a variety of roles as a trial counsel, staff judge advocate, and appellate government counsel. He deployed to Kabul, Afghanistan in 2010-2011 where he worked on rule of law development and transition of detention operations.

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