Ms. Maloney specializes in applying statistical tools and data analysis in a variety of economic, financial, and policy contexts.

She has a broad range of consulting experience analyzing securities fraud, market manipulation, antitrust, consumer protection, and public policy. Her work involves an array of industries, including pharmaceuticals, oil and natural gas, precious metals and other commodities, and financial instruments spanning multiple markets. She specializes in analyzing large – often multi-terabyte – datasets and developing applied econometric models.

In securities fraud engagements, Ms. Maloney has extensive experience assessing loss causation, class certification, and damages. In market manipulation engagements, she has worked on matters concerning the alleged manipulation of benchmark rates such as LIBOR, currency exchange rates, volatility products, oil and natural gas, and credit products and derivatives.

Ms. Maloney has been engaged in public policy work assessing bid-rigging, price-fixing, and pricing of retail products. She has worked on behalf of government agencies including the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and the Competition Bureau Canada. As a graduate student, she taught an advanced undergraduate course in corporate finance.


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)