SEC’s Boston Office Wants to Hire Wall Street Vets

The Boston Regional Office of the SEC is offering Wall Street executives up to $210,000 to join their staff. According to the Boston Herald, SEC Boston Chief David Bergers claims that his office wants to get the “right people” involved.

Bergers’ office wants to add 15 people to its current 120-person staff. Nationwide, the SEC reportedly intends to add 150 people to its enforcement division in fiscal year 2010, plus 70 more in fiscal year 2011 if the funding is approved.

Read the Boston Herald article