and her team are preparing to say goodbye next week to a key SEC official who spent more 27 years at the regulatory agency.
| Dalia Osman Blass|
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Director of the Division of Investment Management
Blass, director of the division of investment management at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC
yesterday that Susan Nash
is about to leave the SEC yet again, this time by retiring at the end of the month. Nash serves
as Blass' senior policy advisor and as associate director of the division.
The SEC team describes Nash as "a key architect of disclosure policy for mutual funds, variable annuities, and other investment companies." Jay Clayton
, chairman of the SEC, lauds Nash for having "a thorough appreciation for the information needs of investors, and a keen understanding of the interconnections across different sectors of the financial services industry."
"Susan's tireless work on behalf of America's investors, coupled with her practical judgment and commitment to excellence, have been the hallmark of her years of service," Blass states. "Her dedication to the SEC's mission has been unwavering, and she leaves behind not only a legacy of policy accomplishments, but also a model of public services."
"I have been privileged for many years to serve alongside a dedicated group of colleagues at the Commission, working together to serve America's investors," Nash states.
Nash is an alumna of Harvard Law School, the University of Chicago, and the University of Notre Dame, and early in her career she worked at Covington and Burling. She first joined the SEC in 1989. After serving as associate director of the division of investment management and working
with fundsters, she left
in 2016 and joined the Financial Stability Board in Switzerland. She rejoined the SEC's division of investment management earlier this year.
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