Joshua is a Policy Counsel at Global Financial Integrity which he joined following his graduation from the George Washington University Law School, where he was a Thurgood Marshall Scholar and served as an editor on the Federal Circuit Bar Journal. Joshua previously worked in the legal departments of Sprint Nextel Corp. and the Association of Corporate Counsel. Joshua also holds degrees in mathematics and economics from the University of Florida, and is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the United States Tax Court.
Investors should hold BNP Paribas accountable—Someone has toBy Joshua Simmons
When huge fines are seen as "the cost of doing business", how do you punish banks that flout the law?
An indictment of financial crime enforcementBy Joshua Simmons
A year after HSBC, is the U.S. doing enough to fight money laundering?
US must tackle phantom firms on Int. Anti-Corruption DayBy Joshua Simmons
While the US administration seems supportive of corporate transparency, it's time for Congress to step up and pass the Incorporation Transparency and Law Enforcement Assistance Act, GFI says