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Maryland Securities Commissioner Lubin Elected NASAA President

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What You Need to Know

  • Lubin will serve a one-year term and assume the role on Sept. 21.
  • She will succeed NASAA President Lisa Hopkins.
  • For the past year, Lubin has served as NASAA’s president-elect.

The North American Securities Administrators Association said Thursday that Melanie Senter Lubin, Maryland’s securities commissioner, has been elected to a one-year term as NASAA’s president.

Elected by NASAA’s membership, Lubin will assume her new role on Sept. 21, after NASAA’s annual meeting in Chicago.

She will succeed NASAA President Lisa Hopkins, West Virginia’s senior deputy securities commissioner.

“Melanie’s years of exceptional service in support of investor protection has provided her with the experience and leadership skills to advance NASAA’s mission,” Hopkins said in a statement. “We look forward to her contributions, as well as those of the new board members, in support of NASAA’s mission of investor protection and market integrity.”

For the past year, Lubin has served as NASAA’s president-elect. She began serving as Maryland’s securities commissioner in 1998.

“I look forward to working with my colleagues in carrying on NASAA’s commitment to protecting Main Street investors,” Lubin said in the statement.

Lubin will sit on NASAA’s 2021-2022 board of directors along with President-elect Andrew Hartnett, deputy administrator for securities, Iowa Securities Bureau.