October 9, 2007
SEC Appoints a Director of Interactive Disclosure
SEC Chair Christopher Cox continues his campaign for interactive financial reporting by announcing the creation of a new office to lead the transformation to interactive financial reporting by public companies, and tapping an 11-year veteran of McGraw-Hill, whose career includes seven years with the firm’s Standard & Poor’s division, as the agency’s Director of Interactive Disclosure.
David Blaszkowsky, 45, of Boston, served S&P in New York, starting in 2001, as Director of Global Market Development for Institutional Market Services, and as a Senior Director in Equity Research Services led S&P’s Corporate Markets and Investor Relations Services businesses.
At the SEC, Blaszkowsky will coordinate the agency-wide disclosure modernization program, and will work with investor groups, analysts, journalists, and preparers of financial statements as well as other key public and private sector stakeholders in the United States and around the world to advance the use of interactive data in financial reporting.
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