Nadine Evans


Senior Special Counsel/ Senior Specialized Examiner

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission


Ms. Evans is a Senior Special Counsel/ Senior Specialized Examiner in the SEC’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations. Ms. Evans has served in this capacity for over four years and is responsible for identifying, communicating and providing regulatory, legal and policy guidance in the area of municipal securities to the SEC’s National Examination Program. Ms. Evans is also responsible for conducting, reviewing and analyzing municipal securities exams and is one of the principal drafters of the SEC’s examination manual for the Municipal Advisor registrant class.

Prior to joining the Commission, Ms. Evans practiced law in the areas of corporate law, commercial lending, litigation, commercial real estate and public finance. As a public finance lawyer, Ms. Evans specialized in municipal bond financing, acting as Bond Counsel, Issuer’s Counsel, Swap Counsel and Underwriter’s Counsel. Ms. Evans also participated in a secondment with the City of Atlanta Legal Department in which she drafted legal documents and provided legal advice to the Mayor of the City of Atlanta and the City of Atlanta Legal Department in the areas of procurement, legislation, litigation, municipal bond financing, contract compliance, commercial real estate and local, state and federal regulatory law. Ms. Evans received her A.B. from Dartmouth College, graduating as a Presidential Scholar, and her J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law.


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