Stevenson, Alexandra, "Seeing a Business Opportunity for Firms’ Outside Overseers" The New York Times, February 5, 2016, the New York edition, sec: B page 4

"Whether it is the billionaire Steven A. Cohen’s family office or a global bank, federal and state regulators are increasingly insisting on a monitor as part of the settlement of legal charges with firms.And now, two former federal prosecutors who trained under Mary Jo White, the former United States attorney for the Southern District of New York, are setting up their own firm to tap into the growing demand for such supervisors.The women behind the new firm, the Pallas Global Group, know a lot about this growing corner of the regulatory world. Bonnie Jonas was the deputy chief of the criminal division in the Southern District of New York, and Tiffany Moller was the assistant deputy commissioner and chief of compliance and oversight of the New York Police Department." READ MORE: New York Times article

"Former Federal Prosecutors Launch Pallas Global - a Monitorship and Claims Resolution Firm Serving Growing Needs of Global Corporations and Government Agencies"

Bonnie Jonas and Tiffany Moller Bring 25 Years of Combined Prosecutorial and Oversight Experience; Moller Also Served as First Compliance and Oversight Chief for the NYPD." READ MORE: Reuters article READ MORE: Business Wire article