Yesterday, the SEC announced that Chairman Mary Schapiro has named Eileen Rominger to be the Director of the Division of Investment Management. Ms. Rominger recently left Goldman Sach's asset management unit, where she served as CIO. Ms. Rominger's impressive career has given her a wealth of experience in the investment management industry. According to the SEC's announcement:
Ms. Rominger's experience spans nearly 30 years as a portfolio manager serving investors and accountable to mutual fund boards of directors, and as a leader of portfolio management teams.
Working within Goldman Sachs's asset management unit, Ms. Rominger served as chief investment officer overseeing portfolio management teams in eight countries including fixed income, fundamental equity, and quantitative investment strategies. She also was a portfolio manager for fundamental equity portfolios. Ms. Rominger served as head of the investment committee for the Goldman Sachs Foundation, and was a member of the management committee and risk committee of the firm's Investment Management Division.
At Oppenheimer Capital, Ms. Rominger managed equity portfolios and was a member of the firm's management team.
The full text of the SEC's announcement is available at: http://www.sec.gov/news/press/2011/2011-14.htm