Myron Marlin, who served as Securities and Exchange Commission spokesman for five years under chairs Mary Shapiro, Elisse Walter and Mary Joe White, is now in the Washington office of FTI Consulting focused on financial communications and PR issues.
At the Wall Street watchdog, Marlin handled hot button issues, such as implementation of Dodd Frank and JOBS Acts. He advised the chairs on Congressional testimony, media interviews and speaking engagements.
Previously, he was senior VP/senior strategist at APCO Worldwide and director of PA at the Justice Dept. in charge of overall communications plus divisional communications for Drug Enforcement Administration, FBI and Immigration and Naturalization Service.
Ed Reilly, CEO of FTI’s strategic communications arm, expects Marlin to “protect and advance our clients' reputations when facing regulatory-driven events.”