Eileen Rominger, former head of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Division of Investment Management, has decided get back to work after a year-long hiatus.

Rominger, who retired from the Washington, D.C.-based financial regulator in July 2012, has joined CamberView Partners as a senior advisor. Abe Friedman, managing partner at the San Francisco-based firm said Aug. 13 that “Eileen's track record of leadership in the investor community and deep knowledge of the regulatory landscape will further advance CamberView's position as the leading independent advisory firm in the areas of contested situations and difficult shareholder votes.”

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