Jarcho To Lead SEC Hedge Fund Exams

Aug 23 2013 | 5:25am ET

The Securities and Exchange Commission has named Jane Jarcho to lead its new hedge-fund oversight program.

Jarcho was appointed national associate director of the SEC’s investment adviser examination program. In the post, she’ll oversee some 450 lawyers, accountants and examiners looking through the books at hedge funds and other money managers.

Jarcho has worked at the SEC since 1990, and has been acting director of the examination program since March. She formerly led exams in the SEC’s Chicago office and has also worked in the regulator’s Division of Enforcement.


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