The Securities and Exchange Commission announced Tuesday that Andrew J. "Buddy" Donohue plans to leave the Washington regulator in November.
Donohue, who was director of the SEC's division of investment management for four years, helped develop significant regulations governing the $39 trillion asset management industry, including investor-oriented rules to improve oversight of money market funds, increase investment adviser custody controls and curtail investment adviser "pay-to-play" abuses.
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