The Securities and Exchange Commission named Richard Levine as associate general counsel for legal policy in the agency’s Office of the General Counsel.

Levine, 53, will provide legal and policy advice to the commission with a particular emphasis on enforcement, corporate disclosure, and accounting.

He will begin his new role immediately.

Since 1997, Levine has served as the SEC’s assistant general counsel for enforcement.
Prior to becoming assistant general counsel, Levine held several positions of increasing responsibility in the SEC's Office of General Counsel, beginning in 1984 as a staff attorney in the Office's Appellate Group and then serving as special counsel and senior special counsel in the Disclosure Policy and Accounting Branch of the Legal Policy Group.

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