Commissioner Roel Campos of the Securities and Exchange Commission announced August 9 that he intends to leave the Commission in a month’s time to return to the private sector. Currently serving his second term, Campos was first appointed by President George W. Bush in August 2002. Before joining the SEC, Campos was a principal with the radio broadcasting firm El Dorado Communications based in Houston.
Keith Gregg has been named president and co-CEO of independent broker/dealer First Allied Securities, sharing the co-CEO role with Adam Antoniades, president of First Allied’s parent, Advanced Eqities Financial Corp. Gregg is currently the chief sales and marketing officers of Dunham & Associates Investment Counsel, a wealth management firm based in San Diego. Gregg is also chairman of the Wealth Advisor Institute, a trade association of wealth managers.
Karen McMillan has been named general counsel of the Investment Company Institute, where she will be responsible for the full range of legal and regulatory matters affecting the Institute and its members. McMillan is presently a partner in the Asset Management Group at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP.