Robert Pozen, vice chairman of Fidelity Investments of Boston, was appointed last week by President Bush to a newly-formed presidential commission that will study the Social Security program and issue a report on reforms this fall, the White House announced.

Pozen was the only fund industry representative named to the 16-member bipartisan committee co-chaired by Patrick Moynihan, former New York senator and Dick Parsons, co-chief operating officer of AOL/Time Warner, according to the White House.

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