SEC announces departure of senior enforcement official

David Bergers to leave the SEC this month


David Bergers, acting deputy director of the US Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) enforcement division and director of its Boston regional office, will be leaving the agency this month.

John Dugan will become the acting director of the Boston regional office following Bergers' departure. Dugan has served at the SEC since 1999, and was appointed associate regional director for enforcement in Boston in 2006.

Bergers was appointed acting deputy director of enforcement in January of this

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