Politics & Regulation

New AIMA chair Casey talks shadow banking, SEC reporting, hedge fund public image


The former SEC commissioner hopes to use her Washington know-how to shape a plethora of new regulations.

Kathleen Casey at the SEC (Photo: Bloomberg)
Kathleen Casey is a quintessential Washingtonian.

Air Force dad. Law school at George Mason. Thirteen years as a Senate staffer. Five years as a top Securities and Exchange Commission official. And since her five year term as an SEC commissioner ended in August 2011, Casey is now a regulatory consultant at Patomak Global Partners, a fellow at Georgetown, a member of the Library of Congress Trust Fund Board and the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board Advisory Council. A Republican, she's even taken