The Securities and Exchange Commission has named Jeff Heslop, formerly a top information risk management executive at Capital One Financial Corp., its first-ever chief operating officer for information technology, financial reporting and records management.
At Capital One, Heslop headed the company’s information and resiliency risk management.
“The creation of the chief operating officer position will enhance our ongoing effort to refocus resources and make this agency more efficient and effective,” said SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro in a statement.
Heslop, who joined the agency May 17, reports directly to Schapiro and oversees operations of its Office of Information Technology and the financial and accounting functions of the agency’s Office of Financial Management.
Heslop, 55, spent 12 years at McLean-based Capital One (NYSE: COF), most recently as managing vice president of information risk management.
- JeffClabaugh, Washington.BizJournals.com