(Bloomberg) -- The top lawyer of Goldman Sachs Group’s asset management unit is leaving the bank to become the top aide to U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Mary Jo White, the agency said Wednesday.

Andrew “Buddy” Donohue returns from Wall Street to the agency where he previously served as head of investment management regulation from 2006 to 2010. His appointment adds an industry veteran to White’s staff as the agency fends off questions from other regulators about whether it’s oversight of the asset management industry is sufficient.

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