After spending the past 10 months as acting chief, Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Christopher Cox finally decided to name Rosalind Tyson the official director of the commission’s Los Angeles office – a region that covers Southern California, Nevada, Arizona, and Hawaii.

In an SEC press release Tyson said, “It will be a privilege to serve as regional director … and I greatly appreciate the trust the agency has placed in me.”

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