The SEC tapped one of its own Monday to lead the agency's enforcement division tasked with conducting investigations into complex financial instruments.

The new enforcement chief, Michael Osnato, served as an assistant director in the agency's New York Regional Office since 2010 and helped spearhead many of the agency's enforcement actions. He replaces Kenneth Lench, who led the unit after its inception in 2010 before stepping down this past summer.

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