Jesse Overall focuses on a variety of transactional and regulatory areas, including securities offerings and general corporate matters, structured finance (including the Volcker Rule and credit risk retention requirements), and secondary market debt trading. He has extensive experience advising on U.S. regulation of digital assets such as Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and virtual currency products and derivatives.
While in law school, Jesse served as a two-semester intern at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), in the Divisions of Swap Dealer and Intermediary Oversight (DSIO) and Enforcement, and as a two-semester intern at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in the Division of Corporation Finance and in the Office of International Affairs.
Clifford Chance advises Quotient Limited on US$120 million high yield private placement of senior secured notes
27 October 2016
- Why Security Tokens Will Transform the Real Estate Industry
Security Token Academy, April 2019
- Crypto Considerations for Fund Managers
FintechPolicy.Org, March 2019
- Blockchain East Summit + Trade Show
Speaker, October 8-10, 2018, New York
- Corporate Counsel Business Journal, Is a Cryptocurrency Crash Coming?
David Felsenthal and Jesse Overall
Fintech in 2019 – Five trends to watch
31 January 2019
Are Your Tokens Outside US Securities Law Jurisdiction? Important Extraterritoriality Decision Handed Down by US District Court
28 September 2018
A Fintech Regulatory Sandbox: The Treasury's Modest Proposal
14 August 2018
More than a Token Risk – ICO Trading Platforms and Promoters in SEC Crosshairs
9 March 2018
Regulation of Bitcoin: The Role of the CFTC
30 January 2018