As the Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Attorney’s Office in Chicago probe Exelon Corp.’s lobbying activities, the Fortune 100 energy company has hired an executive who held top roles at both agencies to lead the firm’s compliance, ethics and audit organization efforts. 

David Glockner will begin his newly created role as Exelon’s executive vice president of compliance and audit March 23 at the utility giant’s headquarters in Chicago, according to an announcement Monday. 

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