Di Florio is leaving SEC to head up FINRA risk division

05/3/2013 | Reuters

Carlo di Florio, head of the Securities and Exchange Commission's national examination program, is taking a new job as head of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority's recently created risk and strategy office. Di Florio, who joined the SEC in light of the Bernard Madoff scandal, will be replaced by Andrew Bowden, who is now serving as the SEC's deputy director of compliance, inspections and examinations.

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