Alan L. Beller, director of the Division of Corporation Finance at the Securities and Exchange Commission, will return to the private sector next month.

Beller, a senior counselor to the SEC, played a leadership role in a number of the early initiatives of Chairman Christopher Cox, including proposed rules to allow Internet delivery of proxy materials; to ease the deregistration process for foreign issuers; to propose improved disclosure of executive compensation; and to expand use of interactive data to make financial reports more useful for investors.

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