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SEC's FCPA chief to leave agency

April 5, 2017

By Securities and Exchange Commission

Kara Brockmeyer, chief of the Enforcement Division’s Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Unit, will leave the Securities and Exchange Commission later this month after 17 years with the agency. Since 2011, Brockmeyer has led a national unit of 38 attorneys, accountants, and other specialists focusing on violations of the anti-bribery and accounting provisions of the federal securities laws. She also has played a leading role in SEC programs, having founded and served as the co-head of the Enforcement Division’s Cross-Border Working Group and serving as a member of the Enforcement Division’s Cooperation Committee and the Enforcement Advisory Committee. Read announcement from the SEC

 

 

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