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Dalia Blass Rejoins SEC as Director of Investment Management Division
The SEC named Dalia Blass as Director of the agency's Division of Investment Management. The Division is responsible for the Commission's regulation of investment companies (RICs), variable insurance products, and federally registered investment advisers (RIAs).
Ms. Blass rejoins the agency from Ropes & Gray, where she advised on a broad range of investment fund, private equity, and regulatory matters. She previously practiced law at O'Melveny & Myers, and began her career in the London office of Shearman & Sterling.
In her previous stint with the SEC, which ended in 2016, Ms. Blass spent 10 years with the agency - rising to the position of Assistant Chief Counsel for the Division of Investment Management.
[For further details, click on Financialish, 6/8/17.]