FINRA announced today that Jessica Hopper plans to leave FINRA on February 3, after an 18-year tenure culminating in her leadership of the Department of Enforcement. During her time as Head of Enforcement, FINRA brought numerous significant disciplinary actions to protect investors and markets, including its largest-ever enforcement action; prioritized returning money to harmed investors; and completed an initiative to combine previously separate units into an integrated “One Enforcement” department.
Christopher Kelly, Senior Vice President and Deputy Head of Enforcement, has been named the Acting Head of Enforcement until FINRA selects a new Head of Enforcement.
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