Gary Kalbaugh

Prof. Gary Kalbaugh

Special Professor of Law, Maurice A. Dean School of Law

Gary E. Kalbaugh is deputy general counsel and director at ING Financial Holdings Corp. and special professor of law at the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University.

His practice areas include derivatives and banking law. Previously, he served as executive director, counsel and chief U.S. data protection officer at WestLB, chairing WestLB’s global Dodd-Frank and Underwriting Task Forces.

He serves on the New York City Bar Association’s committee on the regulation of futures and derivatives, chairs the CLE sub-committee and is past chair of the over-the-counter derivatives sub-committee. He is an adjunct member of the New York City Bar Association’s banking law committee.

Kalbaugh is also a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Derivatives and Structured Products Law Committee, a founding board member of the Forum for Global Financial Regulation, and a past board member and officer of the Center for Transactional Legal Studies, the organization responsible for publishing the treatise Regulation of Foreign Banks. He is a frequent speaker and commentator on derivatives and banking law topics, and is the author of the casebook, “Derivatives Law and Regulation.” He is admitted to practice in New York.

Kalbaugh received his master of laws at the University of Pennsylvania in 1999 and his B.C.L. from the National University of Ireland, University College Cork, in 1998.  


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