SEC Names Jeffrey Dinwoodie Senior Counsel and Policy Advisor for Market and Activities-Based Risk

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Jeffrey T. Dinwoodie has been appointed Senior Counsel and Policy Advisor for Market and Activities-Based Risk.  Chairman Jay Clayton has created this senior officer position to manage and coordinate the agency’s efforts to identify, monitor and respond to market risks—including activities-based risks—affecting the U.S. capital markets.  Mr. Dinwoodie will serve as the Chairman’s Deputy Representative to the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) and as a primary liaison with respect to these matters to other federal regulatory agencies and international organizations.  He will report directly to Chairman Clayton and will work closely with staff across the agency, including in the Divisions of Trading and Markets, Investment Management, and Economic and Risk Analysis, and the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, among others. “I am delighted…

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