February 28, 2009

New Securities Industry Ombuds to Address Annual Policy Conference

On April 28, Joseph P. Borg, the Ombuds for the North American Securities Administrators Association, will host an open meeting at the Annual Public Policy Conference in Washington, DC. Borg was appointed to the position in December 2008, and is also Director of the Alabama Securities Commission. The NASAA Ombuds program serves as a neutral forum for the securities industry representatives and works to open channels of communication and to foster relationships with securities industry representatives. Ombuds programs are becoming a fixture in the financial services industry, and NASAA's Ombuds will surely have many issues to discuss. (NASAA Annual Public Policy Conf. Info.; NASAA Ombuds Page.)

Related posts: SEC Affirms Role of NASD Ombuds; NASDAQ and Banking Lobby Endorse Ombuds for Accounting Oversight; FDIC Ombuds Issues Biannual Report; Mortgage Crisis Draws in Ombuds; Office of Thrift Supervision Ombuds Hiring Scores of Special Assistants; Canadian Banking Ombuds Releases Year-End Review; S&P Launches Ombuds Office; Details Still Scarce.

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