Jaime Eichen, former chief accountant for the division of investment management at the SEC, has rejoined Ernst & Young (EY) as a partner in the professional practice group with a focus on the wealth and asset management sector.

At the SEC, Eichen was responsible for interpreting new accounting and auditing regulations and she also served as an assistant chief accountant for the division of investment management.

Prior to joining the SEC in 2008, Eichen was a senior manager at EY and she also worked in the firm’s professional practice group where she assisted in providing technical consultations to the asset management practice.
Ernst & Young is a public accounting organization with a separate business unit dedicated to the financial services marketplace.

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