“Myron Marlin, a former top aide to the chairwoman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, has joined a prominent consulting firm in Washington.”
“FTI Consulting — which advises businesses undergoing litigation, regulatory problems and other events — announced on Thursday that Mr. Marlin had become a managing director focused on financial issues and public affairs.”
“His return to the private sector follows a five-year stint at the S.E.C., where Mr. Marlin acted as the director of communications and as a senior strategist. Mr. Marlin joined the S.E.C. with Mary L. Schapiro, its former chairwoman, in the aftermath of the financial crisis. He remained in the role under the leadership of Elisse B. Walter and the agency’s current chairwoman, Mary Jo White.”
“Before joining the S.E.C., Mr. Marlin, a lawyer by trade, worked as the spokesman for the former Attorney General Janet Reno.”
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