BILL SINGER is an outspoken critic of ineffective regulation and an advocate for Wall Street reform. Singer provides legal counsel to securities-industry firms, registered persons, whistleblowers and defrauded investors. He has represented clients before regulatory organizations, during criminal investigations, and in Congressional investigations.

Singer is the Street Legal columnist for Registered Rep. magazine; a featured columnist for Forbes.com; and a member of the Forbes Intelligent Investing All-Stars Panel. He regularly appears as a commentator on television and radio, and is frequently quoted in the press.
Bill Singer's Resume
December 22, 2014
You recommend that a customer make a cash contribution in order to lock-in a minimum rate provision for a protection-plus policy. Within a year of that suggestion, the customer dies. Litigation follows. Why? Well, seems that there was a policy provision that if the covered party died within one year of the contribution that only the face amount gets paid -- the contribution sort of vanis... Read On