- March 2, 2022
- Posted by: giawatkins
- Category: Professional Insights
As Enforcement Chief for the New Jersey Bureau of Securities, Richard Szuch oversees a department dedicated to protection of New Jersey investors and markets through enforcement of securities laws. His broad range of experience includes more than 25 years in private practice at two respected firms.
At Bressler, Amery & Ross, P.C., he was a Senior Principal and one of the firm’s lead trial attorneys with the Financial Institutions Litigation and Regulatory Group, and he also managed its Senior and Vulnerable Investor Group. He began his career as a prosecutor for Morris County, New Jersey.
In his interview with CFI, Rich covers:
- Why he’s returned to public service after a 30 year career in private practice
- The toughest part of his job as a securities regulator
- How well the industry is managing financial elder abuse
- What steps firms need to take to build an effective elder abuse capability
- His latest project as a lifelong serious “car guy”
To learn more about Rich, and his opinions on a wide range of topics, click here to read our entire interview.