Stephen Luparello, vice chairman at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, is leaving after more than 16 years to take a job at a Washington law firm, the brokerage industry's self-regulator said in a statement.

Luparello, 52, who was interim chief executive officer of Finra before being named vice chairman in 2009, will leave Oct. 7 to join Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale & Dorr LLP, Finra said today. He oversaw enforcement and market regulation at Finra, and helped create systems to monitor markets, detect fraud and protect whistle blowers, according to the statement.

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