Helene Glozter, co-head of enforcement in the New York office of the Securities and Exchange Commission since 2004, will be leaving the SEC this month to join Bridgewater Associates as  corporate counsel and deputy chief compliance officer.The SEC said that the 37-year-old directed a number of high-profile cases during her tenure, including charges against the former general counsel of Monster Worldwide for backdating options, a settlement with Millennium Partners for market timing mutual funds and the Martha Stewart insider-trading case.

“It has been an honor and a privilege to work with Helene for the last 10 years,” said Mark Schonfeld, director of the SEC’s New York office. “The investing public has benefited tremendously from her keen intellect, sound judgment and unwavering dedication to their protection. I wish her the best of luck in her next endeavor.”

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