Securities and Exchange Commission Historical Society
MONDAY, JUNE 3, 2019

85th Anniversary of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and 20th Anniversary of the SEC Historical Society

Commemoration Program & Dinner, National Building Museum, Washington, DC

New Program

Roundtable of Former SEC Chairs



Participants, SEC Chair Terms

Collage portraits of past SEC Chairs

Thanks to the generous support of Kalorama Partners LLC and Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP

In the Spotlight
Columns fading into the distance

Board OF Trustees

The Society welcomes its new members of the Board of Trustees:

  • James W. Barratt, Ankura Consulting Group LLC
  • Richard C. Breeden, Breeden Capital Management LLC
  • Neil S. Lang, Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP

The Society also welcomes its new officers of the Board of Trustees:

  • Chairman, Thomas O. Gorman, Dorsey & Whitney LLP
  • President, Arthur B. Laby, Rutgers University Law School
  • President-Elect, Joan E. McKown, JonesDay

Board of Advisors

The Society welcomes its new members of the Board of Advisors:

  • Marc Dorfman, PCAOB
  • Gary L. Goldsholle, Steptoe & Johnson LLP
  • Thomas J. Kim, Sidley & Austin LLP
  • David M. Lynn, Morrison & Foerster LLP
  • Michael F. Maloney, Credibility International LLC
  • Jack W. Murphy, Retired Partner, Dechert LLP
Latest Oral Histories
October 26, 2018

Andrew J. Ceresney

November 15, 2018

Chris R. Conte

December 26, 2018

Stephen M. Cutler

February 8, 2019

Joan McKown


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