As expected, Conrad W. Hewitt, a former Big Four managing partner and commissioner of California's department of financial institutions and superintendent of banking for the state, will take over the top accounting job at the Securities and Exchange Commission.
SEC Chairman Christopher Cox named Hewitt, 69, t he agency's chief accountant on Monday, filling a position that has been open since last fall when Donald Nicolaisen elected to return to the private sector.
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