Compliance Jobs Report: June 1

The Compliance Jobs Report starts this week with another high-level departure at the PCAOB; Google names a data protection officer. A few financial firms have named new compliance chiefs; we have a few compliance job openings from Cleveland to Boston to Oklahoma. And our Meme of the Week goes out to everyone struggling with third-party compliance programs. Read on…

I gather these bits of information from LinkedIn, news alerts, and friends emailing me something to include. If you have a tip to pass along, email me at [email protected] or find me on LinkedIn. This report depends on people like you helping me, so send some news.

Compliance Jobs News

Another head rolls at the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board: Claudius Modesti, director of enforcement and investigations. Modesti is the fifth senior staffer to leave the PCAOB in four weeks. He had been with the agency since 2004. No word from the PCAOB about any new people to replace all these departures, by the way.

Jeffrey Harris is leaving his post as chief economist and director of the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Harris, who has served as a faculty member at several universities, is leaving the SEC to return to teaching full-time.

Google named Keith Enright as the company’s data protection officer to comply with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation. Enright has been with Google for seven years. He previously was legal director for privacy.

Compliance JobsAnna Campisi is now controller for Spire Global, a satellite data and analytics company in the San Francisco area. She previously worked as controller for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, which presumably had way more interesting things to stare at during lunch hour.

Cryptocurrency platform Monaco named Stanley Lam its new chief compliance officer. Lam, based in Hong Kong, previously was the chief compliance officer for financial payments company Square.

Justin Drobenaire has been named chief compliance officer for California-based NMS Capital Advisors. Drobenaire previously worked for the Treasury Department and Charles Schwab & Co. and currently is an industry panel arbitrator for FINRA.

Alex Rusate just left his job at  Albany Molecular Research (in Albany, N.Y., of course), where he was senior auditor of financial controls, to take a job at KPMG as senior associate in risk consulting and IT audit.

London-based hedge fund LindenGrove Capital hired Matthew Rae as its first chief compliance officer. Rae joins LindenGrove from Privium Fund Management.

Financial services firm Ally has promoted Colin Olson to senior compliance analyst. Olson joined the company’s Jacksonville, Fla., office in 2013.

And Lester Guido has been promoted to assistant manager for Bank Secrecy Act compliance, at Iberiabank in the Miami area. Guido has worked at the bank since 2014.


Anne DeTraglia is celebrating one year as Nike’s director of fraud risk management.

Susan Schneider just hit one year at the Justice Department, where she is an adviser in the  Money Laundering and Asset Recovery Section.

Debbie Hammalian is celebrating five years as chief compliance officer for Voya Investment Management in New York.

Mark Gough is celebrating 10 years with Siemens. Gough is based in Singapore and currently is regional head of case handling for Asia and Australia.

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Arconic is looking for a director of investigations and risk mitigation. The position could be based in Cleveland, Pittsburgh, or suburban Washington.

Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston has two openings: director of corporate compliance & privacy and a compliance and privacy specialist.

Tinker Federal Credit Union is looking for a full-time senior internal auditor based in Oklahoma City. We include them because it takes a certain bravery to name your company “Tinker.”

Compliance Meme of the Week


That’s all for the week ending June 1. Have a good weekend, and if you have a tip or want to brag about your new job, promotion, career milestone, or anything else, email me at [email protected] or find me on LinkedIn. I’m always happy to give credit to the many hard-working people here in our corner of the business universe.

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