The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that David Glockner, Director of the Chicago Regional Office, is planning to leave the agency later this month.

Since late 2013, Mr. Glockner has led a staff of approximately 270 enforcement attorneys, accountants, investigators, and compliance examiners involved in the investigation and prosecution of enforcement actions and the performance of compliance inspections in the nine-state Chicago region that is home to roughly 20 percent of the nations population. Mr. Glockner also has served as chair of the SECs Cybersecurity Working Group and is generally recognized as one of the agencys experts on cybersecurity matters related to examinations and enforcement.

David has been a trusted advisor and a real visionary in heightening public awareness of the important intersection between enforcement and cybersecurity, said Stephanie Avakian, Co-Director of the SECs Enforcement Division.

David helped grow the Chicago offices expertise, spearheaded significant initiatives, and led the office to having a tremendous impact in the Chicago region, said Steven Peikin, Co-Director of the SECs Enforcement Division.

David has been a tireless advocate for investors during his time in the Chicago Regional Office, said Pete Driscoll, Director of the SECs Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE). His thoughtfulness and leadership on examination issues has greatly contributed to the advancement of OCIEs mission.

Mr. Glockner said, I am proud of the work that the SECs examiners and enforcement staff in Chicago do every day to protect investors. The SECs Chicago staff has built a culture that is thoughtful and innovative in its approach to a range of important issues, and it has been a privilege to work alongside these talented and dedicated public servants.

During Mr. Glockners tenure as Regional Director, the Chicago office has brought many significant enforcement actions, including charges against:

During Mr. Glockners tenure, the National Examination Program staff in Chicago significantly increased its examinations of investment advisers and broker-dealers, and expanded its use of data analytics and its risk-based approach to examinations. Mr. Glockner also enhanced coordination between examination and enforcement teams, deepened relationships with law enforcement authorities, and assisted the Commissions expanded examination and enforcement efforts relating to public finance.

Before Mr. Glockner joined the SEC in December 2013 as the Chicago offices Regional Director, he was a managing director and head of the Chicago office of a digital risk management and investigations firm. Mr. Glockner also spent nearly 25 years as a criminal prosecutor in the U.S. Attorneys Office for the Northern District of Illinois, including 11 years as chief of the offices criminal division. Prior to joining the U.S. Attorneys Office, Mr. Glockner began his legal career as a law clerk to the Honorable Brian Duff of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. He earned his bachelors degree from the University of Chicago in 1982 and his J.D. from Stanford Law School in 1985.

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