Burns joins US SEC trading and markets

SEC press association

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has appointed James Burns as deputy director in the division of trading and markets. He will oversee a number of regulatory functions, including market oversight and operations, derivatives policy and trading practices, and chief counsel and enforcement liaison functions. The role also involves assisting with the overall management of the division and contributing to the ongoing implementation of the US Dodd-Frank Act.

Burns has been on the staff of

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