Leder returns to SEC in cross-border role, and other recent job news

Paul Leder rejoins after 14-year stint in private practice

US Securities and Exchange Commission headquarters in Washington, DC

Paul Leder has rejoined the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) as director of its office of international affairs, which advises on cross-border enforcement and regulatory matters and also co-ordinates with regulatory authorities outside the US. Leder joins as the US regulator gears up for a key year of rule-making, in particular around the regulation of security-based swaps, which primarily covers single-name credit default swaps and some stock-linked contracts.

Leder returns to the

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