|Tuesday, October 11, 2022|
|04:30 PM ET|
Please join the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Historical Society for a special program focused on the evolution of the Office of Compliance Inspections (OCIE) to the Division of Examinations.
The SEC’s OCIE was formed in 1995 by then-Chairman Arthur Levitt, consolidating all the Commission’s examination/inspection activities into a single unit. Operating for over 25 years, OCIE was renamed the Division of Examinations in 2020.
It is the Commission’s second largest unit, with more than 1,000 employees, operating in Washington, DC, and each of the Commission’s 11 regional offices.
Richard R. Best
Director, SEC Division of Examinations
Daniel S. Kahl
Partner, Kirkland & Ellis
Former Acting Director, Division of Examinations
Joy G. Thompson
Associate Regional Director,
Division of Examinations,
SEC Philadelphia Regional Office
CLE credit: CLE credit in PA, NJ (via reciprocity), and NY is currently pending approval. CLE credit is offered for in-person attendance only.