As the top cop at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Robert Khuzami has spent his first six months as the director of the Division of Enforcement tackling a cleanup of major proportions. He's undertaken what many call the most sweeping changes of the division in 30 years. Under intense scrutiny from Congress and the SEC's own inspector general, the agency has come to a watershed moment. But change isn't easy, with staff reporting insecurity and doubt as they struggle to find their place in the new regime.
New Enforcement Chief Aims to Restore Confidence in SEC
The National Law Journal
October 20, 2009