Sabila Khan, Esq., is an associate at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy in the Alternative Investments practice group where she advises US and non-US market participants on the regulatory framework for derivatives transactions. She also represents market participants in various financing transactions. Sabila is an active member of the Asian Pacific Islander Network (APIN) at Milbank. Sabila is also a FINRA Arbitrator.
Previously, Sabila worked in the Corporate Investment and Banking division of BNP Paribas as an in-house attorney. There, she focused on regulatory issues related to cleared derivatives transactions, including documentation and cross-border application. She was also a member of the BNP Paribas Asian Business Networking.
Sabila is a graduate of Notre Dame Law School and New York University (NYU). During law school, Sabila received the Jessup International Moot Court Award for Excellence in Advocacy. At NYU, Sabila was awarded a full tuition scholarship by the Hilton Corporation and Bollenbach Family Foundation. She was also a board member of the Undergraduate Law Society and the Bengali Students Association. Sabila studied abroad in Prague, Czech Republic.
Sabila is a board member of the Muslim Bar association of New York (MuBANY) where she co-founded the MuBANY Women’s Committee. Sabila has served as a board member for three consecutive years. Sabila is a native New Yorker and is fluent in Bengali.