He has worked in the enforcement division since 1997 and has overseen many high profile investigations. These include cases involving options backdating, insider trading and broker-dealer regulation.
Hodgkins replaces Fredric Firestone, who left the regulatory body to join the private sector. He joined the SEC as a staff attorney in the division and became a branch chief in 1999 and an assistant director in 2007.
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