Diego Tomás Ruiz Named SEC Executive

August 2006
ComplyNet;Aug2006, p2
The article reports the appointment of Diego Tomás Ruiz as its Executive Director. Ruiz will serve as the Commission's COO, and will oversee the agency's programs relating to budget planning and execution, preparation of the agency's financial statements, human resources and employee relations, and administration of agency facilities.


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