H. David Kotz knows what it’s like to have all conversation stop the moment he steps into a crowded elevator at work — and resume the moment he exits.

But the inspector general of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission isn’t much concerned with being popular. He said he’s far more interested in “rolling up my sleeves in a matter and trying to figure out what happened.”

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