Fishkin Leaves SEC For Private Sector

Dec 13 2006 | 10:57am ET

Charles Fishkin, director of the office of risk assessment at the Securities and Exchange Commission, will leave the SEC early next year to take a risk management position at the New York-based Alliance Bernstein, a global asset management firm.

Fishkin established the office of risk assessment in July 2004. Before joining the agency, Fishkin spent 20 years in the private sector in financial services. He also served on the board of directors of the International Association of Financial Engineers and helped found its operational risk committee.


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