Skip to comments.SEC Names New Investment Advisor Czar (who the heck is Diane C. Blizzard?)
Posted on 04/23/2012 10:05:11 AM PDT by jdsteel
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Diane C. Blizzard has been named Associate Director for Regulatory Policy and Investment Adviser Regulation in the Division of Investment Management. As Associate Director, Ms. Blizzard will supervise two offices that develop recommendations for rulemaking and other policy initiatives under the Investment Company Act and the Investment Advisers Act.
Ms. Blizzard replaces Robert Plaze, who has become Deputy Director of the Division. Ms. Blizzard has been a member of the Division of Investment Management staff for 12 years, most recently serving as Managing Executive. She has previously held several policy roles, including as Senior Adviser to the Director and as head of the Office of Regulatory Policy, one of the Divisions rulemaking offices she will now lead. Earlier in her career, Ms. Blizzard was counsel to an affiliate of the Investment Company Institute.
Diane is an accomplished lawyer and a skilled manager and I look forward to her continued leadership in her new role, said Eileen Rominger, Director of the SECs Division of Investment Management.
This is a great opportunity to work with Eileen Rominger and the talented Division staff on advancing Chairman Schapiros investor-focused regulatory agenda, Ms. Blizzard said.
Ms. Blizzard holds a bachelors degree from Duke University and received her law degree from Georgetown University.
Because football players cost money....oh, wait, wrong SEC.
Just another lawyer siphoning off money from the public till.
Someone eminently qualified to give us all a snow job?
I just looked all over the Internet and, found nothing either..She must be directly from the communist party with no past they have to have time to make one up for her...
A woman czarina in this position is sure to cut down on the amount of porn the SEC guys were watching while the banks imploded and they did nothing.
But maybe that’s a sexist comment.
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