Marc Berger, director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s New York office, earned a partnership share of $2.4 million last year from Ropes & Gray, according to a financial disclosure publicly released this week.

Berger’s client roster included Morgan Stanley & Co., FMR Corp., Pfizer Inc. and Pacific Investment Co., the financial disclosure revealed. Berger was formerly co-leader of the firm’s global securities and futures enforcement practice. He was named in December the director of the SEC’s New York regional office.

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