SEC's inspector general to leave agency

01/17/2012 | Hill, The · Wall Street Journal, The

H. David Kotz, inspector general for the Securities and Exchange Commission, is leaving the agency at the end of the month to work in the private sector. "David has been a committed public servant who has served the agency with great distinction for the past four years," said SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro. "His work helped us to identify areas where we needed to improve the way we operate, bolster our resources and upgrade our technology."

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