Ms. Maloney is an expert in the analysis of securities and financial fraud, market manipulation, and consumer protection abuses.

She has abundant experience in Securities Act and Securities Exchange Act litigation, including class actions and opt-outs. In her 12 years of consulting experience, she has assessed price impact and market efficiency, assisted counsel in evaluating the applicability of Rule 23(b) from an economic standpoint, conducted event studies, evaluated loss causation and materiality, estimated damages, and assisted with plans of allocation and claims administration.

Ms. Maloney has also devoted much of her consulting career to detecting and assessing alleged market abuse. She has analyzed alleged manipulative trading behavior in a variety of markets, including oil and natural gas, precious and non-precious metals, benchmark rates such as LIBOR, currency exchange rates, and financial instruments. She has worked on behalf of US government agencies such as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), as well as private law firms.

In consumer protection matters, Ms. Maloney has assessed the economic effects of alleged unfair marketing and sales practices. She has been engaged as an expert assessing disgorgement and damages related to alleged false advertising.


Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management
MS in Finance (ABD)

The University of Chicago
BA in Mathematics (with honors) and BA in History of Science (with honors)