Sad to report.
Pollack was “a distinguished public servant” and “a man of incredible integrity who was truly passionate about securities law,” SEC Chairman Mary Jo White said in a statement. “Irving recognized the immense responsibility of the Enforcement Division to ensure honest business practices and pursued that goal vigorously.”
Before becoming an SEC commissioner himself, Pollack was a staff member for almost three decades, working in the general counsel’s office and becoming head of the trading and markets division.
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