SEC names Hoecker inspector general

Carl Hoecker appointed permanent successor to David Kotz


Carl Hoecker has been named the new inspector general at the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

He will replace David Kotz, who left the SEC last year. Jon Rymer, the inspector general for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, has acted as the SEC's interim inspector general since May 2012.

Hoecker has served as the first inspector general of the US Capitol Police since 2006. Prior to this, he spent 10 years at the US Treasury Department, joining as a special agent in 1996 and

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