When Mary Jo White was the leader of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission less than a year ago, her phone calls had the power to start a corporate crisis. Now White is being branded as the first person for a CEO to ring when chaos strikes.

Debevoise & Plimpton, the firm White returned to in February after her nearly four-year term as SEC chair ended, announced Thursday a new “Strategic Crisis Response and Solutions Group” led by White. The group is comprised of six “crisis teams” with partners across the globe that can respond to financial and securities problems, corporate investigations and cybersecurity incidents, among other issues.

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