SEC appoints director for national broker-dealer examination programme

SEC press association

Julius Leiman-Carbia has been appointed associate director to lead the national broker-dealer examination programme at the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations in Washington, DC.

He will oversee a staff of about 300 responsible for the inspections of US-based broker-dealers. He succeeds Mary Ann Gadziala, who retired from the US regulator in September 2010.

Leiman-Carbia joins the SEC from BP, where he served as vice-president

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