Noah Bishoff is the Director of the Office of Regulatory Policy at the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). In this capacity, he oversees the functions and leads the staff responsible for drafting regulation under the Bank Secrecy Act, issuing administrative rulings and interpretive/clarifying guidance, and providing technical assistance to public and private stakeholders on BSA/AML issues.
Prior to joining FinCEN, Noah managed legal and regulatory AML investigations for a major global financial institution and correspondent bank. Noah supervised the teams responsible for responding to legal and regulatory requests, including subpoenas, National Security Letters, and FinCEN-issued 314(a) and Special Collections requests, as well as the teams which conducted the AML/CFT investigations on these matters and other types of manual cases, including sanctions/circumvention referrals. Noah began his career as a litigation associate at the law firm of Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP in New York. He represented clients in the litigation and arbitration of commercial disputes, internal investigations, and government/regulatory enforcement proceedings, investigations, and inquiries, including those related to AML and anti-bribery and corruption issues. Noah is a graduate of Columbia Law School and the University of California, Los Angeles.