Marc Trevino is a partner in Sullivan & Cromwell’s General Practice/Corporate Law Group. He is the managing partner of its executive compensation and benefits group and a member of the Firm’s managing partner committee as well as the cybersecurity group.
Mr. Trevino is now one of the few recognized leaders in structuring multidisciplinary solutions to, and counseling senior executives and boards in, significant matters involving reputation, overlapping regulatory regimes, fiduciary conflicts and multiple jurisdictions, with a particular emphasis on matters involving financial institutions and personnel actions.
Mr. Trevino is a co-author of The Public Company Deskbook (2009, The Practising Law Institute), a comprehensive, three-volume treatise on governance and disclosure reforms for legal and accounting professionals hailed as “the bible for securities lawyers” by Fortune. He writes and lectures extensively, and is often quoted with respect to corporate governance and compensation matters in a variety of publications covering the legal landscape.
Mr. Trevino joined Sullivan & Cromwell in 1993 after graduating summa cum laude from Princeton University (A.B., Phi Beta Kappa, 1990) and from Yale Law School (J.D., 1993). He is also co-chairman of the New York State Bar Association Committee on Employee Benefits and Compensation, the annual PLI Executive Compensation Program and the Yale Law & Business Society.