Adkins quits Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force after 17 months


Robb Adkins, executive director of the US Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force, is leaving his post after 17 months in the job.

Adkins is moving to an unnamed private firm in California, the state where he worked as a federal prosecutor before taking up the task force post in Washington, DC.

During his time at the task force Adkins worked with some of the top attorneys in the US, including some who worked on the Enron trial.

The task force was set up by US president Barack Obama to better

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